October 10, 2018
For immediate release.
Contact: Faith McCarrick, Director of Programs & Outreach
610.640.2667 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday Fun at Historic Sugartown’s “A Sugartown Christmas”
Saturday, December 8, 2018 | 11AM – 3PM
Bring your family to Historic Sugartown for some holiday fun! Explore the historic village festively decorated for the season. Visit with Santa at our c. 1805 William Garrett House and see demonstrations in our Book Bindery. Sugar up at Sugartown! In our Carriage Museum, kids will get a chance to decorate holiday cookies to eat and help decorate our gingerbread version of our village. Visitors can also try their hand at making Victorian-style ornaments and cards.
Check out our gift shop to find unique gifts for those on your list. Enjoy holiday treats and hot cocoa! Fun for the Whole Family!
Admission: $7 Per Person. Children ages 2 and younger admitted free.
Event Parking: 260 Spring Road, Malvern, PA 19355
Historic Sugartown, Inc., is a private, nonprofit organization committed to protecting the 19th-century village of Sugartown. Located at the corner of Sugartown, Boot and Spring Roads in Malvern, Historic Sugartown protects nine historic structures and 9.2 acres that once made up the 19th-century village. Highlights include the c. 1880 General Store, the Carriage Museum, c. 1805 William Garrett House, and Book Bindery. The organization offers annual programs for the community’s enjoyment including Cabin Fever Saturday, Shugart’s Sunday – BBQ & Blues, and Sugartown at Sundown Lantern Tours. Historic Sugartown’s Book Bindery, which showcases one of the nation’s richest collections of bookbinding tools and equipment, offers bookbinding and paper marbling workshops throughout the year. Guided tours of the village are available on weekends from May through November, as well as by appointment. School and group tours are available year-round. For more information, visit HistoricSugartown.org, or like us on FaceBook.
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Photo Credit: Crissy Everhart Photography
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This post was written by Tiffany Bellamy