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Frozen in Time

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“Do you want to build a snowman” – clock? Make a snowman that won’t melt!

On January 24 the National Watch and Clock Museum will hold three workshops at 10 a.m., noon, or 2 p.m. for snowman lovers to come and make their own snowman clock. Workshops will include making a snowman clock, enjoying cookies and hot chocolate, and touring the Museum. The cost is $15 per child (ages 4 and up) and $8 for adults ($7 for seniors).

“The Museum is always thrilled to bring in visitors for events like this one. Traditionally, we’ve offered clock-making workshops using recycled CDs, dinner plates, and even flip-flops. Now in the doldrums of winter, Frozen in Time offers families a chance to break the cabin fever, share in something creative, and learn a little bit about time –something we’re especially fond of,” shares Marketing and Special Events Coordinator Kim Craven.

Please call 717-684-8261, ext. 211 for reservations. Seating is limited for each session.

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