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Celebrate The Season & Indy's History At The President Benjamin Harrison Home

Celebrate The Season With The 12 FREE Days of Christmas In Indianapolis
Celebrate The Season With The 12 FREE Days of Christmas In Indianapolis
Melody Schubert

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    Melody Schubert 4 years ago

    Join More Holiday Events At The President Benjamin Harrison Home -

    The President Benjamin Harrison Home will also host the “LIVE: Family  Christmas at the President’s Home” on December 11 between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. This reenactment at the Pres. Benjamin Harrison Home takes place during in house tours with members of the President’s family and household staff in the Victorian holiday-decorated home. And, later in December on the 29 between 5:30-9:30 p.m they will celebrate the season with a the annual pre-New Year’s event called the “A Candlelight Evening on Delaware Street” in the evening with a historic home and dinner. The event is hosted by the Harrison Home in cooperation with The Indianapolis Propylaeum, Yellow Rose Inn, and other vintage mansions on the Old Northside. For ticket prices and to book reservations for these events call 317-631-1888 or visit www.presidentbenjaminharrison.org for more information.

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    Melody Schubert 4 years ago

    Enjoy Holiday Teas at the Morris-Butler House on December 4, 11 & 18 between 1:00-3:00PM -

    Some of our favorite and most beloved Christmas traditions became popular in the Victorian era, including the Christmas tree. Another favorite indulgence dates back that far too, which is afternoon tea. Enjoy the elegant trappings of a Victorian Christmas Tea at the Morris-Butler House. Tour all three floors of the 1865 landmark, lavishly decorated for the holidays, and learn about Victorian Christmas traditions both familiar and unfamiliar. The tour ends with flavored tea,  scones, finger sandwiches, and cookies . For more information on this and other events coming up at the Morris-Butler House visit www.indianalandmarks.org.

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