Historical Commission, Rotary hosting ‘Old Fashioned Christmas in New Boston’ on Dec. 2

Take a step back in time and join us at the Historical Museum in downtown New Boston as we create an old fashioned Christmas for all on Sunday, Dec. 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Enjoy traditional Christmas music and learn a little history about Christmas. Home-baked goodies and hot cocoa will be served, the children’s tree will be filled with ornaments and horse drawn carriage rides will be offered.

NEW THIS YEAR: The street will be closed off from 4-9 p.m. on this evening to allow us to continue to enhance this event and still be safe, especially for the live reindeer that will be there for a visit!

The carriage rides will be offered from 5-8 p.m., children will be able to take home an ornament from the children’s tree and a variety of activities will be offered outside.

The town tree will be lit and Santa will arrive! He will be staying to listen to all the children’s Christmas wishes. Enjoy watching the old trains at the Applefest Building while waiting to see Santa.

This event is FREE and in collaboration with the Parks & Recreation Commission and local businesses & organizations.

The Samuel Adams House (Museum) is located at 37236 Huron River Drive in New Boston.

Please check back on this event desciption for updates to the program!

View the Facebook event page here

Source: Huron Township Historical Commission

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