Jingle Tree: The HMNS at Sugar Land Tradition Returns

November 18, 2019

The Sugar Land community gathered for the Tree Lighting Friday morning at HMNS at Sugar Land.

The time is here once again for holiday enthusiasts to feast their eyes upon the holiday tradition that is Jingle Tree. For six years, HMNS at Sugar Land has been offering the community ways to give back and raise funds in the name of science education and it just so happens to involve the happiest time of the year! Local designers and Fort Bend sponsors have decorated Christmas trees, created holiday decor and gathered gift ideas together for auction. Here are just a few of our favorites from this year’s listings.

(Some have already been sold, but they’re still pretty to look at.)

“Cold Hands, Warm Hearts” by Kelly Reynolds & Judy Brand
Honorees Patti and Tim Kaminski gather around “Candy Cane Christmas Greetings” by Fabulous You Boutique & Gifts
“Blushing Chic” by Lucas Chavez of LC Floral Designs
Museum donation “Blushing Bling Studio” by Britt Caffarena

Did you find the perfect piece to complete your holiday home decorations? Bidding is easy to do and it helps to raise funds for science education programming at the museum and in your community! Text Jingle19 to 76278 and follow the prompts to your personal bidding link or bid online here. The auction will end Thursday, November 21.

For more information on the other events happening during Jingle Tree, visit our website.

Authored By Jilliane Johnson

Jilliane began her HMNS career in Visitor Services, greeting and assisting guests on a daily. Now as a full-time member of Marketing, Jilliane educates visitors and viewers of the various stories and storytellers within the walls. When Jilliane isn't writing, you can find her gaming, spending time with friends and family or watching trashy TV dating shows.

One response to “Jingle Tree: The HMNS at Sugar Land Tradition Returns”

  1. Vernett says:

    Beautiful! Wish I could have them all!

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