Christmastime Is Nearly Here!
According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of Christmastime is the following: the time of year when people get ready for and celebrate Christmas; Christmas day and the days and weeks before it.
Is it just us or does Christmastime seem to start earlier each year? And with a year like this is seems to be here even earlier! We know that Thanksgiving is just a mere two days away, but we can't wait to share ways for you to enjoy Christmas here in Montgomery County!
Beginning this past weekend, the Linden Depot Museum is open with a special "Old-Fashioned Christmas" theme that will continue through January 3rd! During this time Friday - Sunday from noon to 5 pm the museum will be open to visitors, decorated for the Christmas season with the highlight being a large Christmas tree in the Nickel Plate baggage room with a stunning g-gauge Christmas train running under it. Masks are required and social distancing is encouraged.
November 28th is Small Business Saturday, where many of our local favorites will be welcoming shoppers both in their physical locations and their online stores. Look for great deals, unique gifts and a lot of holiday cheer!
November 28th through December 19th, the Masonic Cornerstone will present the Festival of Trees! The Grand Hall Ballroom and Parlors will be filled with decorated Christmas trees. Community members can purchase a ticket and enjoy the event in a safe social distancing atmosphere while voting on their favorite sponsored decorated area. Enjoy a treat and hot cocoa in the Winter Wonderland!
December 5th will see the return of the Waynetown Christmas in the Park! With special events on the 5th and 13th the light display will continue through the month. Check their social media for more information on seeing Santa and special events. Drive through the park and be dazzled by the displays and lights!
And of course here at Lane Place we have three more open days where you can come and experience a Victorian Christmas!
And of course, here at Lane Place you have three more opportunities to come experience our Victorian Christmas! Come see us this Saturday the 28th, and December 3rd and 5th before we close for winter! Come step back into history and experience the simple beauty of a Victorian Christmas!
Want to find out more about events here in Montgomery County? Check out our county's Visitor Bureau events page here!