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Learn About Christmas Cookie Traditions on December 7

The Hackley Library offers ‘“Koekje, Cooky, or Cookie? A History of American Christmas Cookies,”’ with food historian, Sarah Wassberg Johnson, 6 p.m., Tuesday, December 7, via Zoom. Why do Brits call them biscuits and we call them cookies? The answer lies in the 17th century Dutch colony of New Netherland. In this illustrated lecture, food historian Sarah Wassberg Johnson discusses the history of cookies in America, Christmas traditions through the ages, and why we eat so many cookies during the holiday season. Visit https://www.hackleylibrary.org/event/christmas-cookie- traditions-virtual-zoom/

‘Jewelry Box’ MMA Exhibit runs to February 20, 2022

Multimedia artist and metalsmith Tiff Massey makes art and jewelry inspired by 1980s hip hop fashion and her experiences living in Detroit. Drawing from her “Everyday Arsenal” series, the artist transforms the MMA’s Olthoff Gallery into a flashy display of hip-hop jewelry, gold, and mirrors in a dynamic exploration of self-identity and fashion. This exhibit will run through February 20, 2022. Visit https://muskegonartmuseum.org/exhibition/tiff-massey-jewelry-box/

Take A Free Tour of Muskegon Museum of Art on December 2

Drop in to the Muskegon Museum of Art from 1 to 3 on Thursday, December 2, for a docent guided tour. Reservations are not needed and Thursday admission is free. Docent volunteers will wear masks while conducting tours; and the museum also suggests that guests wear masks as well.


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