When classes resume Nov. 28, the University will officially begin the holiday season at 6 p.m. with the annual lighting ceremony on the front lawn.
President Burks will lead the crowd in a countdown at the end of which more than 100,000 LED lights will illuminate the campus.
I love Christmas on campus. The students do, too. The physical resources department has been hanging the lights since October, and the campus also is adorned with wreaths, garlands and bows. It’s an elegant display that is guaranteed to get you in the holiday mood.
Another festive Harding tradition is the 29th annual Tour of Homes sponsored by Associated Women for Harding Dec. 4. For only $20, you can get decorating ideas from six beautiful homes in Searcy.
The lights stay on until the new year. For other holiday events on campus, visit www.harding.edu/calendar. Come enjoy the holidays at Harding.
Tom Buterbaugh, editor/designer