Brookfield Museum Hosts Traditional Christmas Open House Weekend

Emily Dlugozima of Brookfield watches Howdy Doody as he enjoys riding in his vintage Mercedes Benz peddle car. He will return once again this year as the Brookfield Historical Society,  hosts its third annual  Traditional Christmas Open House Weekend event at the Brookfield Museum, Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15, 2013 from 10A.M to 4 P.M.   Santa will be stopping by with his helpers bearing complimentary treats for the kids. The sight of operating Model trains in a winter display, will entertain children of all ages, while the sound of antique music boxes will fill the air with well-known Christmas musical classics. Vintage toys dating back to the 50s and beyond along with old time Christmas decorations will bring back memories of holidays past. It’s all free and attendees will be treated to complimentary homemade Christmas cookies and assorted pastries, as well as hot chocolate and mulled cider.  In addition some hand crafted items will be on sale from our gift shop and local craft artisans. The  Brookfield Museum is located at the 165 Whisconier Road (junction of Routes 25 and 133) in Brookfield Center.  This event is must see visit for adults and children that is guaranteed to get everyone into the spirit of the season. For more information about the Brookfield Museum and Historical Society log onto ww.brookfieldcthistory.org.     

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