Friday, December 6, 2013

History Parties and tours this weekend!!

Who out there recognizes this old farm house now restored from the Chester Pike Area?
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  • Farmhouse decorated
  • Byers Choice "Farmer and Farmer's wife" available for purchase! Limited Edition carolers!
  • Free Tea Tasting
  • Gingerbread cookies and colonial hot chocolate for sale
  • Children may make a cloth doll tree ornament and a pine cone bird seed ornament for the yard
  • Father Christmas will visit between 12:30 and 3
  • Wassailing the Orchard at 1 and 3 (a Plantation Tradition)
  • Textile, candle making, woodworking, and long rifle demonstrations
  • Newtown Square Historical Society
    Saturday, December 7, 2013, 5:00 to 9:00 pm
    Annual Wassail PartyMembers and friends of the Newtown Square Historical Society are invited to attend an Annual dinner at the Paper Mill House Museum, Dec. 7th, 5:00pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Our inflation fighter price continues to be $15 thanks to the many members and friends contributing their homemade specialties. A Parking lot is available behind the Museum just off St. Davids Road, past the entrance to Paper Mill Road. After parking, follow the secure winding trail over the creek bridge and up to the front door. The museum, located on the corner of Paper Mill & St. Davids Roads can best be approached by way of Route #252, turning onto St. Davids, to avoid a bridge problem on Darby Creek Road. Step back into the past and enjoy an old fashioned, homemade style dinner, complete with beverage and delightful pies, cakes, and holiday cookies. The Mill House will be decorated, heated, and music will be provided for your pleasure. A horse drawn carriage is optional. No matter how you get there, you will be greeted with a smile when you enter Newtown Square's very own historic zone, beautifully lighted & decorated to reflect the Season's history. Questions regarding this event? contact Jan Elston, 610-2252-1326 Or check us out on the Society's Facebook and Website:
    Norwood Historical Society
    Invites you to celebrate with us at
    Our Annual Holiday Event And 4th Historic Preservation Award
    Date: Sunday, December 8, 2013 Time: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    Location: Morton Morton House
    (located behind 517 E Winona Ave) Norwood, PA
    Lite fare, wine, live music
    R.S.V.P to Judy 610-461-6621
    By December 6th
    $25.00 per person
    proceeds to the restoration of Morton Morton House

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