See Park City Museum’s Main Street Chanukah window display

PARK CITY, Utah — Chanukah began on Sunday night and continues until December 26. The Park City Museum recognizes Chanukah with the help of Park City’s Temple Har Shalom for a Main Street front window display.

This is the second year that the museum has done this, for as many holiday seasons as Morgan Pierce has been the Museum’s executive director. Throughout the year, he highlights other nonprofits around Park City in a similar fashion. 

Deb Sheldon, executive director of Temple Har Shalom, told TownLift, “Temple Har Shalom is honored that our friends at the Park City Museum are highlighting Chanukah and the vibrant past, present, and future of Judaism in Park City. They’ve teamed up with Temple Board Member Harriet Berg and Temple Member Kathy Lynch to share a beautiful window celebrating Chanukah.”

Temple Har Shalom’s window went up last week and will remain until the end of December. One of the more unique items on display is a ski menorah made out of a broken ski with ski poles as candle holders.

Pierce told TownLift, “The Main Street Museum is the perfect place to bring the whole family in from the cold. We have many types of Holiday gifts for sale, and all the money goes to a great cause.”

The Museum is open seven days a week, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and is closed on Christmas Day.

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