The Tobacco Farm Life Museum will host a special drive-thru Kenly Christmas event the first two weekends of December. The Museum will be decorated as a life-size Christmas Village, the miniature porcelain decorations many families traditionally use to decorate their homes with during the holiday season. Visitors will be able to drive through the grounds of the Tobacco Farm Life Museum and enjoy the Christmas Village come to life from the comfort and safety of their own vehicles. The tradition of decorative Christmas villages built around the Christmas tree is rooted in the late 18th-century holiday traditions of the Moravian church, a Protestant denomination with early settlements in Salem, North Carolina. The Tobacco Farm Life Museum decor will reflect these Christmas villages as well as the historic decorative style of the time period interpreted at the museum. Come and enjoy this fun and safe activity this holiday season.