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Brookfield Historical Society Hosts 2nd Annual Traditional Christmas Family Day

Christmas Family Day to feature historic doll & toy display, carolers, refreshments, model trains and a visit from Santa. Sat., December 15, 12-4 PM at Brookfield Museum, 165 Whisconier Road

Barbara Golde, Exhibit Director for the Brookfield Historical Society, holds up a vintage Howdy Doody Puppet, one of the   many classic, dolls, toys and other items reminiscent of Christmas’s gone by that will be on display at the Brookfield Museum’s 2nd annual Traditional Christmas Family Day.   

Santa will be stopping by with his helpers bearing complimentary treats for the kids. The sight of 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.

Attendees will enjoy complimentary home made Christmas cookies and assorted pastries, as well as hot chocolate and mulled cider.

Carolers will also be on hand to sing favorite seasonal songs.  The Holiday open house will take place on Saturday, December 15, 2012 from Noon to 4P.M., at the Brookfield Museum located at the junction of Routes 25 and 133 in Brookfield Center. Admission is free.  A must see visit for families that is guaranteed to get everyone into the spirit of the season.

For more information about the Brookfield Museum and Historical Society log onto www.brookfieldcthistory.org.       

 

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Steven DeVaux December 02, 2012 at 12:10 AM
A "must see" for the greater Danbury area. These folks are what Brookfield is all about.

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