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ST. PAUL S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO HOST FESTIVAL OF NATIVITIES
Celebration of Special Christmas Tradition
Daphne, AL (November 20, 2013) - St. Paul s Episcopal Church, Daphne, AL, will host its Fifth Annual Festival of Nativities to usher in the Christmas season. This special exhibit has featured over 400 nativity displays in a variety of mediums, representing religions and traditions from countries all over the world.
It is an honor for St. Paul s to host this celebration for our community. We hope that people of all faiths and beliefs will visit and enjoy the craftsmanship and the collections that people have created, states Debbie Quinn, Festival of Nativities planning committee member.
The exhibit will be held in the church s Life Center, located at 28788 North Main Street in Daphne, AL. This special Christmas season tradition will open to the community from 10 am - 4 pm daily as follows:
Friday, December 13
No admission will be charged and refreshments will be available. The exhibit is especially child-friendly, with a cr che play area, puzzles and books provided - all especially designed for students aged four years and up. For more information or to schedule group/school tours, call the church office at 251.626.2421, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.stpaulseasternshore.com.
To-date, contributing local artists include: Lucy Hunnicutt, Provie Muso, Lee Holmes, Shelly Smith, Americ a Jones, Amber Ivey, Debbie Rawls Holobaugh, Ack Moore, Sr., Molly Reyenga,
This is a rare opportunity to see such a vast array of international history and traditions on display locally.
About the History of Nativity Scenes
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