Nativity

The public is invited to experience the fifth annual Asheville Nativity exhibit, Dec. 11 — 18. Last year, the exhibit had 300 Nativity sets from more than 50 countries, and 1,500 visitors who came to see them.

The nativity exhibit is a spirit-filled, family-friendly way to celebrate the Savior’s birth. The life-sized stable with costumes, so popular last year for photos, will be set up again. This is a free event but donations will be accepted.

Church groups or other organizations are encouraged to help promote this event, and encourage anyone interested to help by loaning a set, hosting, or performing. There are time slots for choirs and music groups on the weekend.

A flyer and some artwork for the event are attached, and the website is http://www.ashevillenativity.org.

For more information, visit ashevillenativity.org or by emailing ashevillenativity@gmail.com.

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