Living windows show Christmas' past


The Carbon County Museum and Uplift Community Players are partnering to present “Scenes from Christmas Past,” a live holiday window display in downtown Rawlins.

The display takes place at the Rainbow Teton Building, at 116 4th Street, and performances take place throughout December.

“We felt that this would be a dynamic way to participate in the effort to decorate downtown,” said Corrie Aiuto, Curator at Carbon County Museum. “It will be new and fun.”

The first performance was from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. last Friday, and the show will continue during that time every Thursday, Friday and Saturday through Dec. 21. Although viewers do not hear any dialogue, they will be able to glimpse an old-fashioned Christmas celebration being reenacted as they walk through downtown.

For further information on “Scenes from Christmas Past,” the Carbon County Museum or the Uplift Community Players, contact Corrie Aiuto at 307-328-7833, or via email at

Carbon County Museum collects, conserves, interprets and disseminates regional history and culture to inspire Carbon County culture entities and all learners, today and tomorrow. The museum envisions diverse but relevant experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds, to learn about themselves and their world through the history of Carbon County.

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