Winter Wonderland 2020
MOMA’s annual Winter Wonderland is officially open for the Holiday season!
Bring your family and friends to see our community Christmas tree display–spanning two exhibit halls and featuring beautifully decorated trees from 37 local businesses, clubs, churches, and more. This is a perfect opportunity to get a dose of holiday cheer and a sense of Saltville community in a socially distanced setting.
Admission is by donation. Masks are required under Virginia guidelines.
The museum is open from 10-4 Monday through Saturday, 1-4 on Sunday.
Starting on 12/10, The museum will be staying open until 8 PM on Thursdays until the end of December–so everyone gets an opportunity to see the trees!
Winter Wonderland 2020 Tree Sponsors
The Lilly Pad
Smyth County Chamber of Commerce
Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry (Chilhowie)
Smyth Co 4H
New Peoples Bank (Chilhowie)
Riverview Presbyterian Church
Goodman Jewelers (Chilhowie)
Helen Barbrow Interpretative Trail
Southwest Virginia Community Health System (Saltville)
Buckeye Hollow Church Children
Rich Valley Fair Association
Harper Towing (Saltville)
Saltville Baptist Church
Four Seasons Garden Club (Saltville, Rich Valley)
Allison Gap First Church of God
West Main Baptist Church (Abingdon)
Pizza Plus (Saltville)
Malcolm Haynes Family (Saltville)
Quarry Methodist Church (Saltville)
Breast Cancer Awareness
Saltville Public Library
Friends Community Church (Saltville)
Evelyn Walls Family
Friends of MOMA
Northwood HS Touchdown Club
Town of Saltville
Main St Christian Church (Saltville)
Patriots Tree (Betty Griffitts)
Frances Anne Johnston, DDS, PC (Abingdon)
Childrens Tree (Betty Griffitts)
U.S. Postal Service (Saltville)
A Tangles Thread (Valerie Robinson)
Saltville Senior Citizens
Museum of the Middle Appalachians