GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - Although we're still a few weeks away, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Stuhr Museum.
You can see the "Local4Local4You" tree at the Stuhr Museum's annual "Fantasy of Trees" exhibit this year. It's decorated with photos of the Local4 team, and presents to each of the Tri-Cities. (KSNB)
Their 32nd annual "Fantasy of Trees" exhibit is on display. There are around 80 Christmas trees lining the walls on the first and second floors of the Stuhr Building.
Local businesses, non-profits and even families decorated the trees. Some went the more traditional route, with beautiful ornaments and garland all around the tree.
Others went non-traditional. One is in the shape of a cactus. One is a pink pine tree. Another isn't a pine tree at all, but has metal pieces in a pine tree-like shape.
"It's supporting the artistic and creative side of our community," said Mike Bockoven, marketing director at Stuhr Museum. "So we have people come out and do different things every year. We encourage that creativity. It's part of what we do."
You can vote on your favorite tree for the People's Choice Award the next two weekends, and during the museum's annual Christmas Past and Present event.
The "Fantasy of Trees" exhibit will run through January 2.