“A good time was had by all!”
The tapping of telegraph keys and the click clack of a model Pullman train circling the Welcome Center, the bleating of the goats and the laughter of children, carols played on the organ in the house dressed in its holiday finery; they are the sounds of fun and wonder and yes, learning.
We continue the celebration of Abraham Lincoln’s birth and it’s evident by our permanent collection of artifacts on display in an insightful interpretation of our best loved president and one of his best known speeches: “The American Ideal: Abraham Lincoln and the Second Inaugural”.
OCTOBER 29 Guy Fraker
Author of Lincoln's Ladder to the Presidency will give a talk and make the case that by learning to listen and speak respectfully to those with whom he disagreed, Lincoln set an example just as relevant today as then. For more information, please call Stephanie for more information at (802) 367-7960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome Center Beckwith Room, 6:00 pm, Free
DECEMBER 7 & 8
Our House for the Holidays?
The Museum Store Welcomes Neighbors & New Friends. Dressed in holiday finery, the spirit of the season abounds in our 100 year old Carriage Barn! Apple cider, Vermont tastings & fresh cider doughnuts. The crisp fragrance of pine boughs & sounds of the season.
All conspire to create a unique Holiday Shopping experience. Distinctive items for Holiday Gift Giving sure to please young & old. Lincoln, Gilded Age, Gardens, History, Nature and Vermont.
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