The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls is planning to reopen in early May, but this week they unveiled an exhibition that visitors don’t have to go inside to see. 6 ice sculptures have been placed on the museum’s front lawn in honor of essential workers serving on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. The exhibition, called “A Winter of Hope” will be on display on the Hyde’s front lawn on Warren Street through the end of next week. Ice Sculptures Exhibition Through Friday February 26th.
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