Celebrating the Savior’s Birth – Christmas at the Library

December 14, 2015

Categories: Event Photos

Have you been to Christmas at the Library yet? This free, family friendly event is happening now at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina, and runs through Dec. 23. Plan your visit.
Come celebrate the Light of the World with us as we focus on Christ's birth and what that means for us today. Christmas at the Library is open Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Christmas events begin at 5 p.m. The Library is closed on Sundays.
Visitors can hear all kinds of carolers and musicians at the Library. Children are also invited to story time on the heated patio.
Franklin Graham's son, Roy Graham, brought his children to help light the Christmas tree.
Guests can enjoy a Christmas dinner with family and friends at the BGEA headquarters, right behind the Library. For details on the dinner, including hours and cost, visit
The live nativity depicts the birth of Jesus Christ.
A curious camel at the live nativity.
Tom Phillips, vice president of the Billy Graham Library, reads Scripture at the opening of Christmas at the Library on Dec. 1.
Singing along to some favorite Christmas carols.
Holding a pose for the camera.
Lucy the Donkey is pregnant with her third foal and could give birth any day.
Enjoying some warm treats.
Carriage rides are a great way to see the lights around the Library. Guests can also take the free Journey of Faith tour, open all year round, for an interactive look at Billy Graham's life and ministry.


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