Festive Seiberling Mansion will be open without charge Dec. 11
KOKOMO, Ind. – Ivy Tech Community College will be welcoming visitors to “A TREEmendous Night at the Museum” from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, at the Seiberling Mansion, 1200 W. Sycamore St. The festively decorated mansion, home of the Howard County Museum, will be open without charge, courtesy of Ivy Tech.
This year, the mansion is filled with dozens of trees of all shapes and sizes, decked out in a variety of themes for the holidays.
“We are excited to serve as one of the sponsors for free community nights at the museum this year and hope people take advantage of this opportunity to share in this beautiful holiday tradition,” said Kelly Karickhoff, executive director of resource development for Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Region.
“We want to be sure everyone takes a look at the Ivy Tech decoration of the second-floor foyer,” she continued. “It includes a book tree celebrating the ‘TREEmendous education’ students receive at Ivy Tech.”
The Dec. 11 open house will include harp music by Catherine Trout and her group of harpists. For more information about the Howard County Historical Society’s “TREEmendous Christmas at the Seiberling,” which runs through Dec. 23, contact the society at 765-452-4314.