Shooting Star Museum hosts annual free Christmas Toy & Antique Quilt Show

The Shooting Star Museum is holding their annual “Christmas Toy and Antique Quilt Show.” The show features displays of toys from our past to present as well as antique quilts dating back 100 years. In addition, the Museum is showing Christmas theme movies each Saturday and Sunday during the event.
The Shooting Star Museum is a non-profit organization. The Museum is open for this special event from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. on December 21, 22, 28 and 29 (Saturday and Sunday). Admission to the show and museum is free. The Museum is located 6 miles south of Castroville. Call 210-386-6038 for driving directions. The Shooting Star Museum has a permanent collection of antique automobiles, vintage aircraft, stationary gasoline engines and farm equipment. The museum is unique in that all displays are operational.
Contact Pat Wegner at 210-274-6909 on the press release.