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Home » Archives » November 2011 » Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration

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11/30/2011: "Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration"


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Start the season off right by attending the time-honored island tradition of an old-fashioned Christmas celebration at the San Juan Historical Museum, Thursday, December 1, 5 to 8 pm


The event is the museum’s way of saying thank you to the community for its continuing support.

The museum buildings will be decorated in holiday finery and the winter wonderland train set =a delight for children of all ages- returns. Enjoy baked goodies galore, world famous Ivar’s clam chowder, chili (vegetarian too) and hot apple cider. Traditional caroling by the Island Chordsmen Plus and an eclectic mix of local musicians will belt out the sing-a-long classic holiday tunes we all remember. Free and open to all, so come one, come all and come hungry!

Please contact the museum for further information at 360.378.3949.

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