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|The Victorian Christmas tree in the parlor of the Fenton History Center.|
Fenton History Center
The Fenton History Center’s 32nd annual holiday exhibit is about the music of Christmas. The sounds of familiar carols bring back many memories of holiday celebrations. Exhibits about familiar carols, little known facts about popular tunes and holiday music trivia will be placed throughout the Mansion among the traditional festive exhibits.
The exhibit is sponsored in part by Stormer Mechanical Services and Fessenden Laumer and DeAngelo Attorneys.
The four floors of the Mansion are filled with decorated trees and nostalgic settings that show the traditions and celebrations that make Jamestown the way it is today.
Some of the songs highlighted are well-known classics such “Silver Bells”, “White Christmas”, and “Here Comes Santa Claus”. Traditional pieces such as “Jingle Bells” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas” will be part of the exhibit too.
A raffle will be held for a huck woven afghan done in a beautiful earth tone pattern.
The Fenton History Center is located on Washington Street just south of the Washington Street Bridge past the Forest Avenue traffic light. The museum is open year-round Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information visit www.fentonhistorycenter.org or call 716-664-6256. Follow us on Twitter at FentonHistory.
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