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November 16, 2017 - January 28, 2018
Many of Rockwell’s depictions of the holidays are inspired by the work of Charles Dickens, which he read as a child with his family. In addition to Christmas covers for The Saturday Evening Post and other periodicals of the day, family gatherings were forever frozen in time in the artist’s many advertisements and Hallmark greeting cards. Norman Rockwell’s Spirit of the Holidays shows how the artist’s paintings and drawings inspired feelings of warmth and good cheer for generations to come. Both floors of the Stanley Gallery will be filled with Rockwell's memorable images reflecting the spirit of the season.
December 1, 2017, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Downtown Muscatine from Mulberry Avenue to Pine Street
An over 30-year annual tradition, the Holiday Stroll in downtown Muscatine is a festival during which the Muscatine community - and visitors - get together to celebrate the holidays.
Dozens of downtown stores and various Muscatine organizations participate in the stroll, decorating their storefronts, offering refreshments such as hot chocolate or becoming performance venues for singers, dancers, musicians and others spreading holiday cheer.
The night kicks off with the lighting of the Community Christmas Tree. The crowd enjoys all the live entertainment and fellowship downtown for the evening, bringing the holiday spirit to life.
December 1, 2017, 6:00 PM @ Pearl City Station-Riverside Park
The annual Candy Cane Hunt, sponsored by the Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department, is set for 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1, in Riverside Park. Areas will be set up in the green space near the basketball courts for two age groups including pre-kindergarten through first grader and second through fourth grade girls and boys. There will be a limit of seven candy canes per person with “special” candy canes sprinkled around that can be redeemed at Pearl City Station for a special toy. Cookies and drinks will be available at Pearl City Station after the hunt. The Candy Cane Hunt will be held in the dark, so bring a flashlight if you can. LED flashlights will be available from our sponsors if you do not have one.