The annual Victorian Christmas Open House at the Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 14 at 508 N. Peters Ave.
Visitors of all ages are invited to ring in the season with holiday decorations, live music, treats and warm drinks, crafts, and free carriage rides to and from the Second Friday Art Walk. The Historical House will be lavishly decorated for the holiday, and each room will feature an informational sign about its function during traditional Christmas celebrations.
“We are excited to welcome back the Norman Singers to perform for us again this year, and we are looking forward to a new experience as the Jefferson Jazzers Elementary School Choir will be singing for us as well,” said museum Manager Amy Pence.
Thanks to the hard work of the Cleveland County Historical Society and numerous volunteers, the Historical House boasts 14 different Christmas trees this year. Children will have the opportunity to make an ornament during the event and hang it on one of the trees. Food and drink will be enjoyed in Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen, located in the museum’s Carriage House. Santa will be visiting the museum and available for photos throughout the event.
The Moore-Lindsay Historical House Museum is operated by the Cleveland County Historical Society and is open to the public free of charge Tuesday-Saturday, 11a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Visit normanmuseum.org and facebook.com/moorelindsayhouse for more information.