“A Christmas Celebration” at Missouri Town 1855, Dec. 14

The unique customs of our English, German and French settlers are brought to life while celebrating Christmas at this historic antebellum community. The smell of wood burning fireplaces, period music and authentic decorations make this a “must attend” holiday experience. A special visit by Belsnickle will thrill the children who will be treated with candy or a lump of coal!

Location: Missouri Town 1855
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Price: Adults, $5.00; Youth 5-13 and Seniors, $3.00; Under 5, Free
Phone: (816) 503-4860
Email: missouritown@jacksongov.org

http://www.jacksongov.org/content/7880/7890/7996/default.aspx

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2 thoughts on ““A Christmas Celebration” at Missouri Town 1855, Dec. 14”

    1. There is no rescheduled date listed on the event calendar; unfortunately, it appears that there isn’t time to do so before Christmas this year. Perhaps 2014!

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