The Middleville and District Museum is celebrating the Christmas season in Victorian style again this year. Families are invited to drop by on Saturday, November 25th between noon and 4pm to join in the fun. There will be lots of opportunities to pose for a family photo just in time for Christmas card sending. The old schoolhouse door will be decked out for the perfect backdrop. The ruby red cutter will be parked nearby. Don a top hat, if you wish, and pose with the cutter for a vintage shot. If you have a sweet tooth, drop by the treat table and indulge in some home baking along with a hot chocolate or apple cider. Gingerbread cookies will be decorated at the shed. The craft table will have some fun things to make. All ages will enjoy a traditional storytime in the cabin. If you are ready to do some Christmas shopping, the book 'Snowdrifts and Sleigh Bells, by local author Claudia Smith, will be available at a special holiday price. The Museum volunteers have been busy decorating and parts of the Museum will be open to visitors. Be sure to dress warmly as some activities will be outdoors. We hope to see you there.
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