The Reno County Museum is hosting a free cookie decorating event during Third Thursday on December 18. It’s from 5-7 or whenever the cookies run out. The museum is at 100 S Walnut, Hutchinson.
The annual Gingerbread House Decorating event attracted more than 1,000 people to Memorial Hall on Saturday. Provided by Downtown Hutchinson and the Hutchinson Recreation Commission, it’s free to participants. Any child can come in and decorate a house to take home.
In addition, Santa is around to visit and pose for photos with the little ones. It’s a full day of fun in downtown Hutchinson.
Show off your cherished holiday ornament. Special ornaments from the museum collection will also be on display.
Enjoy a dessert while we marvel over the sparkly, delicate decorations.
Artist Brady Scott is painting windows in the Santa Fe District (roughly 3rd to 7th Streets) for the holiday season. Each one is different and is an old-fashioned Christmas scene, some with additions for the particular business.
We caught up with him while he was working on the Hays Sight and Sound window late Friday afternoon. He is doing about 25 windows and is more than half finished.
If you want to catch him in the act, his plan is to do more of them on Saturday, after the Christmas parade – weather permitting. The parade starts at 10 a.m. He will be headed over to Reger Rental afterwards to get started.
Thanks, Brady! Thanks Santa Fe business district!
The Bluebird Books Test Kitchen Saturday evening featured sample food from some cookbooks released for the holiday season. About a dozen different items were offered from owner Melanie Green and other booksellers who previewed cookbooks.
In addition, Green talked about remodeling happening next door for another business and said she will be getting some additional space from that in the back of Bluebird Books. The resulting L-shaped space will allow her to have a full coffee bar with a barista at some point in 2015 when it’s complete.
The menu on Saturday included a cocktail, four appetizers, soup and salad, main dish, and three different desserts. Attendees were offered a 20% discount that evening on the cookbooks featured.