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Victorian Christmas

Experience early holiday traditions including open hearth cooking, horse-drawn wagon rides, mulled wine, ornate decorations, a live reading of the Night Before Christmas, Victorian era outdoor games, blacksmithing, Victorian carolers and more! Make a Christmas craft, toast marshmallows around the fire, and pose for pictures with St. Nick.

Guest interpreter Dontavius Williams, creator of “The Chronicles of Adam”, and guests will be on site for a special presentation of “Christmas in the Quarters.” They will discuss the way the enslaved community celebrated Christmas during the Victorian Era.

Frank & Charlie’s Good Eats BBQ truck will be selling food and treats, and don't miss free samples of Mrs. Latta's 19th century gingercake recipe! On Friday, will offer complimentary Whiskey tastings.

Skip the mall crowds and shop the local artisan market for unique gifts including art, photography, jewelry, pottery, ironworks, soap, quilts, stained glass, plus much more.

Admission at the door is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and students. Under 5 and members admitted free. Visit for more information

Earlier Event: November 16
Beginner Basket Weaving Workshop
Later Event: December 5
A Home School Christmas