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Calendar from November 20 to November 25:


THIS WEEK

November 21 in Taunton, Massachusetts:

American Jezebel: The Uncommon Life of Anne Hutchinson, the Woman Who Defied the Puritans—Lecture discusses Hutchinson’s life, presenting a riveting portrait of early America, from Hutchinson’s dramatic courtroom battles to her banishment in Rhode Island, where she became the only woman ever to found an American colony. For more information: Old Colony History Museum, (508) 822-1622.

November 22 in Edgewater, Maryland:

American Indian Heritage Day—Event features the Cedarville Band of Piscataway Indians returning to London Town for the annual celebration of native peoples in Maryland with dancing, discussion with an elder, and more. For more information: Historic London Town & Gardens, (410) 222-1919.

November 22 to November 24 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire:

300+ Years of Thanksgiving-Guided Tours—Guided tour of Strawbery Banke Museum focuses on the evolution of Thanksgiving through time from the Puritans holy day to todays family feast and homecoming For more information: Strawbery Banke, (603) 433-1100.

November 22 to November 24 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas:

Antique Festival of the Ozarks—Show features dealers antiques and collectibles. At Best Western Inn Of The Ozarks. For more information: Heritage Event Company, (918) 619-2875.

November 22 to November 23 in Newport, Rhode Island:

Holiday Lantern Tours—Tour focuses on how Newporters did, or did not, observe the holidays and the history of early American holiday traditions. Advance registration is strongly encouraged. For more information: Newport Historical Society, (401) 841-8770.

November 23 to November 24 in Christmas, Florida:

Militia Encampments—Encampment of the second Seminole War with soldiers in period dress camped in front of the Fort and includes musket and cannon firing demonstrations. For more information: Fort Christmas Historical Park, (407) 254-9312.

November 23 to November 24 in Richmond, Kentucky:

Winter Trade Days—Event features a gathering of merchants, traders, artisans, Native Americans, militia members, longhunters, scouts and other frontier characters and includes period music, camps, and shopping for 18th century goods as you compare life today to 240 years ago. For more information: Fort Boonesborough State Park, (859) 527-3131.

November 23 in Harrodsburg, Kentucky:

Old Fort Harrod Holiday Open House—Event features tours of the fort decorated with candle lanterns, visits with Santa next to the fire place in the corner blockhouse and more. For more information: Old Fort Harrod State Park, (859) 734-3314.

November 23 to November 24 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

New England Harvest Feast—Event features an evening of entertainment and hospitality with a 17th century meal and visitors from the past and experts from today answering your questions about England and Plymouth, old and new. Reservations required. For more information: Plimoth Plantation, (800) 262-9356 Ext. 8353.

November 23 to November 24 in Syracuse, New York:

Salt City Holiday Antiques Show—Show features 150 exhibitors offering from jewelry to furniture. At the New York State Fairgrounds, Horticulture Building. For more information: Allman Promotions, (315) 686-5789.

November 23 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration-Thanksgiving Dishes—Event features hearth cooks preparing traditional Thanksgiving dishes on the hearth and over the fire and the history of harvest celebrations and the evolution of the American Thanksgiving holiday. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 775-7217.

November 23 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania:

North Penn Holiday Craft Market—Market features traditional and contemporary crafts from more than 95 artists offering fraktur, pottery, jewelry, fiber, dried flowers, tinware, baskets, folk art, theorem, quilts, appliqués, furniture, painted scissor cuttings, ceramics, scherenschnitte, embroidery, and more. At North Penn High School. For more information: North Penn International Friendship Committee

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Lisa Short

November 23 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

Illuminate Thanksgiving 2019—Program kicks off inside the National Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse at Town Square with a presentation by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants then moves outside for a Procession of Lights and culminates on the Plymouth waterfront for main stage events, including performances by Northern Lights A Capella Chorus and Plymouth International Chorus. Celebration includes a reading of Governor William Bradford’s “One Small Candle” quote by one of his descendants, followed by a candle-lighting ceremony. For more information: Plymouth 400, Inc., (508) 812-2020.

November 24 in Duxbury, Massachusetts:

Holly Days—Event features colonial crafts and tours of Alden House decorated for the holidays. For more information: Alden House Historic Site, (781) 934-9092.

November 24 in Greenland, New Hampshire:

Pie Festival & Craft Fair—Fair features 100 crafters selling their wares. At the Greenland Central School. For more information: Greenland Woman’s Club

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Diane Louise Paul

November 24 in Wall Township, New Jersey:

Early 19th Century Thanksgiving—Event features a celebrate of an early 19th Century Thanksgiving with the villagers of James P. Allaire’s Howell Iron Works Company and includes special program at the historic chapel, craft demonstrations, cooking at the Managers House over its 18th century open hearth, and more. For more information: The Historic Village at Allaire, (732) 919-3500.

November 27 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

New England Harvest Feast—Event features an evening of entertainment and hospitality with a 17th century meal and visitors from the past and experts from today answering your questions about England and Plymouth, old and new. Reservations required. For more information: Plimoth Plantation, (800) 262-9356 Ext. 8353.

OPENINGS

November 23 to April 18, 2021 in St. Louis, Missouri:

Mighty Mississippi—Exhibit explores the grandeur of North America’s greatest river in context with the cultures that have grown and thrived around it, from the largest and most influential American Indian centers of the Mississippian cultural period to the vast European and Indian fur trade networks, to the revolutionary steamboats, factories, and immigration of the Industrial Age. For more information: Missouri History Museum, (314) 746-4599.

November 25 to March 1, 2020 in New York, New York:

Making Marvels—Exhibit explores the complex ways in which the vast collections of valuable and entertaining objects were collected by early modern European princes, and the contexts in which they were displayed, expressed these rulers’ ability to govern. For more information: The Met Fifth Avenue, (212) 535-7710.

ON-GOING EXHIBITIONS

Now through January 1, 2021 in Washington, District of Columbia:

Nation to Nation-Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations—Exhibition tells the story of the relationship between Indian Nations and the United States, including the history and legacy of U.S."American Indian diplomacy from the colonial period through the present. For more information: National Museum of the American Indian

Now through December 1 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

American Folk Arts Rich Cultural Diversity—Exhibit celebrates the 60th anniversary of the museum with approximately 50 objects that include furniture, sculpture and paintings made between the 1700s and the present. For more information: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, 800-hist or y.

Now through September 20, 2020 in Washington, District of Columbia:

Our Universes-Traditional Knowledge Shapes Our World—Exhibition introduces visitors to indigenous peoples from across the Western Hemisphere who continue to express the wisdom of their ancestors in celebration, language, art, spirituality, and daily life. For more information: National Museum of the American Indian

Now through October 1, 2020 in New York, New York:

Dutch Masterpieces at the Met—Exhibit features approximately sixty-five works of art focusing on key issues in seventeenth-century Dutch culture from debates about religion and conspicuous consumption to painters’ fascination with the domestic lives of women. For more information: The Met Fifth Avenue, (212) 535-7710.

Now through January 29, 2020 in New York, New York:

The Art of London Firearms—Exhibition explores a fascinating and often overlooked chapter in the art of European gunmaking through a selection of important London-made firearms, dating from around 1760 through 1840. For more information: The Met Fifth Avenue, (212) 535-7710.

Now through January 5, 2020 in Washington, District of Columbia:

Votes for Women-An American Awakening, 1840-1920—Exhibition reveals the women and organizations often overlooked in the narrative of women’s suffrage in the United States through portraiture, biography, and material culture. The exhibition examines the contributions of the radical women in antislavery societies, women activists of the late nineteenth century, the “New Woman” of the turn of the century, and the militant suffragists of the 1910s. For more information: National Portrait Gallery

Now through February 9, 2020 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Inspired Design-Asian Decorative Arts and Their Adaptations—Exhibit highlights 18th- and 19th-century Asian decorative arts and their imitations and explores how Western craftsmen adapted Asian decorative arts into a design vocabulary more familiar to them and their customers, and highlights New Englanders’ own quest for these imported goods. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through April 5, 2020 in Little Rock, Arkansas:

Life in the Western Country-Arkansaw Territory from 1819-1836—Exhibit celebrates the 200th anniversary of the creation of Arkansaw Territory with historical documents and items that shed light on the culture, experiences, and beliefs of some of the state’s earliest inhabitants. For more information: Historic Arkansas Museum, (501) 324-9351.

Now through February 1, 2020 in Washington, District of Columbia:

All Work and No Pay-A History of Women’s Invisible Labor—The exhibit shows that despite making steps forward in the paid labor force, women continued to be responsible for the almost-timeless and undeniably endless unpaid work at home featuring pockets, aprons, housedresses and a variety of other costumes meant for domestic work from colonial America to the 1990s. For more information: The Smithsonian National Museum of American History, (202) 633-1000.

Now through December 31 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania:

Thrown, Fired, and Glazed-The Redware Tradition from Pennsylvania and Beyond—Two-year exhibit, running March through December, shows more than 150 pieces each year, encompassing the history of redware- focusing on the differences between redware in Europe, the Northern United States, Southern United States and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s redware tradition will be the major focus of the exhibit, covering archaeological pieces, traditional work, the creation of redware, and the revival of the art form. For more information: Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum, (717) 569-0401.

Now through January 1, 2020 in Staten Island, New York:

This is a Print—Exhibition includes pieces from the newly acquired collection of historian Barnett Shepherd which includes works dating from the sixteenth through the twentieth century and surveys the history of prints and the differences amongst various mediums, including etchings, engravings, lithographs, mezzotints, and photogravures. For more information: The Noble Maritime Collection

Now through December 31 in Cooperstown, New York:

Hamiltons Final Act-Enemies and Allies—Expanded exhibition features the original handwritten letters that fueled the ongoing war of words between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. For more information: Fenimore Art Museum, (607) 547-1400.

Now through January 2, 2023 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

To Arm against an Enemy-Weapons of the Revolutionary War—Exhibit provides a deeper understanding of the instruments of war as the weapons take center stage and features approximately 70 muskets, carbines and rifles, bayonets, pistols and swords as used by Loyalists, American patriots, Hessians and British “red coats” in battles on land and at sea. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, 800-hist or y.

Now through March 8, 2020 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

pathFOUNDERS-Women of Plymouth—Exhibition resets the 400-year story of Plymouth with a focus on the lives and legacies of pathfounding women, makers, nurturers, leaders, and survivors, they made history, though their stories are often untold. For more information: Pilgrim Hall Museum, (508) 746-1620.

Now through December 31 in New Orleans, Louisiana:

Orientalism-Taking and Making—Exhibit addresses shades of oppression, racism, and superficial cultural understanding layered in 19th-century Orientalist paintings, photographs, and decorative arts. For more information: New Orleans Museum of Art, (504) 658-4100.

Now through December 1, 2020 in Salem, Massachusetts:

A Passion for American Art:—Exhibit features the broad-ranging collection which includes spectacular, classic furniture from Boston, Providence and Philadelphia, works by American Impressionist master Childe Hassam, modern furniture master Sam Maloof, Massachusetts folk painter J.O.J. Frost, and pioneering landscape painter Martin Johnson Heade. For more information: Peabody Essex Museum, (866) 745-1876.

Now through December 1 in Charleston, South Carolina:

War on Fashion—Exhibition examines how and why fashion changed after the Age of Revolution, World War One, and World War Two. For more information: The Charleston Museum, (843) 722-2996.

Now through December 1 in St. Louis, Missouri:

Printing the Pastoral-Visions of the Countryside in 18th-Century Europe—Exhibit presents early and rare examples of copperplate-printed cottons, more familiarly known as toile, and pairs these textiles with prints, paintings, and ceramics from the Museum’s collection that share nearly identical or closely matching bucolic imagery. For more information: Saint Louis Art Museum, (314) 721-0072.

Now through May 5, 2020 in New York, New York:

Jewelry for America—Exhibition explores the evolution of jewelry in this country, from the early eighteenth century to the present day in five chronological sections revealing changes in styles, materials, and techniques, all woven into a sociohistorical narrative. For more information: The Met Fifth Avenue, (212) 535-7710.

Now through December 31 in Cooperstown, New York:

Early American Face Jugs—Exhibit contains approximately 70 jugs from the Meyer collection of early American stoneware face vessels and related period American ceramic objects, all dating from the mid 19th century to before 1950. For more information: Fenimore Art Museum, (607) 547-1400.

Now through March 22, 2020 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

Forgotten Soldier—Special exhibition explores the personal stories of enslaved and free African Americans who fought on both sides of the Revolutionary War through interactive elements and compelling art displays For more information: Jamestown Settlement, (888) 593-4682.

Now through January 5, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware:

Hamilton and Burr: Who Wrote Their Stories?—Exhibit opens on the 215th anniversary of the duel and examines how Alexander Hamilton’s and Burr’s legacies were shaped by other Founding Fathers, a wife, a daughter, historical documents, and even an enormously successful, modern-day musical. For more information: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, (800) 448-3883.

Now through April 12, 2020 in Kent, Ohio:

Ohio Quilts—Exhibition assembles quilts which features a variety of techniques including appliqué, piecework, crazy quilts, whitework, and embroidery- a reflection of the history of Ohio itself since the early nineteenth century. For more information: Kent State University Museum, (330) 672-3450.

Now through January 12, 2020 in New York, New York:

The Colmar Treasure-A Medieval Jewish Legacy—Exhibit features the precious possessions of a Jewish family of medieval Alsace, hidden in the fourteenth century in the wall of a house in Colmar, France and discovered in 1863, pointing to both legacy and loss, underscoring the prominence of the Jewish minority community in the tumultuous fourteenth century and the perils it faced. For more information: The Met Cloisters, (212) 923-3700.

Now through January 24, 2020 in Mount Vernon, Virginia:

Music at Mount Vernon—Exhibit includes the songbooks of early America and musical inspired curios belonging to Martha Washington and her daughter and granddaughter. For more information: Mount Vernon, (703) 780-2000.

Now through February 2, 2020 in St. Louis, Missouri:

Trails West—Exhibit features letters, journals, maps, and illustrations from when the city was a vital trading post, launching point, and supply center for tens of thousands of immigrants, soldiers, explorers, naturalists, traders, Gold Rush miners, and pioneer families. For more information: Missouri History Museum, (314) 746-4599.

Now through December 31, 2020 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

The Plymouth Tapestry—The Plymouth Tapestry tells the story of early Plymouth in a heroically-scaled needlework piece, based on original artwork and created entirely by hand by volunteer stitchers. The tapestry illustrates the experiences of the Wampanoag people who inhabited the region for thousands of years, and the Pilgrims, the English settlers who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 to establish a new home in a unique place. The embroidery will be comprised of twenty 6-foot-long panels with selected panels displayed in fall 2019 through 2020. For more information: Pilgrim Hall Museum, (508) 746-1620.

Now through January 1, 2022 in Salem, Massachusetts:

Maritime Art Gallery—Installation offers a global perspective on the creative response to the sea, from a 17th-century brass Pakistani astrolabe to Valerie Hagerty’s monumental Shipwrecked Armoire with Barnacles (2012) and artworks that reflect Salem’s rich history of maritime trade and exploration. For more information: Peabody Essex Museum, (978) 745-9500.

Now through March 17, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Cost of Revolution-The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier—Exhibition follows the untold story of Irish soldier and artist Richard St. George, whose personal trauma and untimely death provide a window into the entangled histories of the American Revolution of 1776 and the Irish Revolution of 1798 with more than 100 artifacts and works of art. For more information: The Museum of the American Revolution, (215) 253-6731.

Now through December 27, 2020 in Salem, Massachusetts:

The Creative Legacy of Nathaniel Hawthorne—The first exhibition in a new gallery dedicated to showcasing works from the museum’s research library, Nathaniel Hawthorne is integral to Salem’s rich history, and PEM’s Phillips Library collection includes more than 3,000 individual volumes by the author. For more information: Peabody Essex Museum, (866) 745-1876.

Now through April 12, 2020 in Washington, District of Columbia:

Picturing the American Buffalo-George Catlin and Modern Native American Artists—Exhibit considers the representation of the American buffalo from two perspectives-a selection of paintings by George Catlin (1796"1872), and works by modern Native artists. For more information: Smithsonian American Art Museum, (202) 633-7970.

Now through March 7, 2020 in Lexington, Massachusetts:

Paul Revere’s Ride Revisited-Drawings by Fred Lynch—Exhibition provides a fresh perspective on Paul Revere’s famous ride and features 19 drawings showing how much has changed since Revere’s time. For more information: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, (781) 861-6559.

Now through January 12, 2020 in St. Louis, Missouri:

Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt—Exhibit features outstanding examples of 17th-century Dutch painting from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and surveys the distinctive period referred to as the Dutch golden age, featuring from landscapes to still lifes, portraiture to scenes of everyday life as well as paintings of biblical and ancient subjects. For more information: Saint Louis Art Museum, (314) 721-0072.

Now through November 22 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania:

The Matchmaker-A Tale Drawn from "Emma" by Jane Austen—Rock Ford, in collaboration with Theater of the Seventh Sister, presents “The Matchmaker-A Tale Drawn from ‘Emma’ by Jane Austen.” This one-act play, adapted by the classic novel, will be presented in the candlelit rooms of the mansion on November 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 and 22. Reservations required. For more information: Rock Ford Plantation, (717) 392-7223.

Now through March 8, 2020 in Winchester, Virginia:

Rembrandt and His Contemporaries-Prints from the Dutch Golden Age—Exhibit presents more than 60 Dutch prints that help tell the story of the production of prints in seventeenth century Holland, viewed by art historians as one of the most innovative periods in the history of printmaking and includes works depicting scenes from everyday life, landscapes, allegories, religious works, and figure studies. For more information: Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, (888) 556-5799.

Now through January 26, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana:

Inventing Acadia-Painting and Place in Louisiana—Exhibition features Louisiana landscape painting during the nineteenth century and shows how landscape painters from across the globe came together in Louisiana to form a new school of landscape painting that rivaled all others in the country. For more information: New Orleans Museum of Art, (504) 658-4100.

November 20 to January 12, 2020 in Hartford, Connecticut:

The Mathematics of Elegance-An Icon of Early Connecticut Furniture—Exhibition explores Connecticut cabinetmaker Eliphalet Chapin and his sophisticated understanding of proportion and Rococo-inspired designs. For more information: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, (860) 278-2670.

LATER THIS MONTH

November 28 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Thanksgiving Dinner at the Bullard Tavern

November 28 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Thanksgiving Buffet at the Oliver Wight Tavern

November 28 to November 29 in Plymouth, Massachusetts: The Story of Thanksgiving Dinner

November 29 to December 1 in Garrison, New York: Twilight Tours

November 29 to December 1 in East Berlin, Pennsylvania: Log House Craft Show

November 29 to November 30 in Boyertown, Pennsylvania: Der Belsnickel Craft Show

November 29 to November 30 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Hearth and Home in Early Maryland

November 29 to November 30 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Mount Vernon by Candlelight

November 29 to November 30 in Plymouth, Massachusetts: New England Harvest Feast

November 29 in Guilford, Connecticut: Harvesting History

November 29 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Black Powder Friday

November 29 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Historic Trade Demonstration-Redware Pottery

November 29 to November 30 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration-Thanksgiving Dishes

November 29 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions-Opening Day

November 29 to November 30 in Newport, Rhode Island: Holiday Lantern Tours

November 30 in Bath, Ohio: Holiday Lantern Tours

November 30 to December 1 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Museum Store Shop Local Open House

November 30 to December 1 in Salem, West Virginia: Spirit of Christmas in the Mountains

November 30 in Chester, Virginia: Friendship, Trade & Feast

November 30 to December 1 in Delaplane, Virginia: Holiday Open House

November 30 in North Augusta, South Carolina: Christmas in the Backcountry

November 30 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania: Patriots Day

November 30 in Fairmont, West Virginia: 18th Century Candlelight Christmas Tour

November 30 in Mumford, New York: Preparing for Winter

November 30 in Ephrata, Pennsylvania: Candlelight Open House

November 30 to December 1 in Bedminster, New Jersey: 17th Annual Colonial Christmas

November 30 to December 1 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 1 in South Park, Pennsylvania: Hogmanay

December 1 in Creswell, North Carolina: 30th Annual Christmas Open House

December 1 in Little Rock, Arkansas: Annual Christmas Frolic & Open House

December 1 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania: Who was here in December 1776?

December 1 to December 7 in Fairmont, West Virginia: 18th Century Christmas Tour

December 1 in Marlborough, Massachusetts: Antique Show and Sale

December 1 in Newport, Rhode Island: Holiday Open House

December 3 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 3 in Union, New Jersey: Holiday Afternoon Tea

December 4 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 5 to December 7 in Oak Glen, California: Christmas in the Colonies

December 5 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 5 in Chester, Virginia: Music & Entertainment

December 5 to December 8 in Dearborn, Michigan: Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village

December 5 to December 6 in Morrisville, Pennsylvania: Holly Night

December 5 in Union, New Jersey: Holiday Afternoon Tea

December 5 to December 6 in Forest, Virginia: Holiday Candlelight Tours

December 5 to December 6 in Charleston, South Carolina: Christmas on the High Battery

December 6 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma: The First Cherokee Christmas

December 6 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma: Christmas on the Square

December 6 to December 7 in La Junta, Colorado: Traditional Holiday Celebration

December 6 to December 8 in Woodbridge, Virginia: Holidays through the Ages

December 6 in Exeter, New Hampshire: Annual Holiday Celebration

December 6 to December 8 in Garrison, New York: Twilight Tours

December 6 to December 7 in Richmond, Kentucky: 18th Century Christmas at the Fort

December 6 to December 7 in Salem, West Virginia: Spirit of Christmas in the Mountains

December 6 to December 7 in Chester, Virginia: Boar’s Head Feast

December 6 to December 7 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Madrigal Dinners

December 6 to December 7 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Mount Vernon by Candlelight

December 6 in Fredericksburg, Virginia: A Monroe Christmas Holiday Open House

December 6 to December 7 in Elizabethton, Tennessee: Christmas at the Carter Mansion

December 6 to December 8 in Mumford, New York: Yuletide in the Country Tours & Buffet

December 6 to December 8 in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania: Christmas on the Farm

December 6 to December 7 in Old Greenwich, Connecticut: Greenwich Winter Antiques Show

December 6 to December 7 in Brunswick, Georgia: Hofwyl Plantation Christmas

December 6 to December 8 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 6 in Augusta, Missouri: Candlelight Christmas Walk

December 6 to December 7 in Defiance, Missouri: Christmas Candlelight Walks

December 6 to December 8 in National Park, New Jersey: Colonial Candlelight Tours

December 6 in Guilford, Connecticut: Firelight Festival

December 6 to December 8 in Little Rock, Arkansas: 41st Annual Christmas Showcase

December 6 to December 7 in Huntsville, Alabama: Kris Kringle’s Candlelight Christmas

December 6 to December 7 in Newport, Rhode Island: Holiday Lantern Tours

December 7 to December 8 in Earleville, Maryland: Yuletide Festival

December 7 to December 8 in Bath, Ohio: Holiday Lantern Tours

December 7 in Odessa, Delaware: Christmas in Odessa

December 7 in Cape May, New Jersey: Wassail Day

December 7 in Lewes, Delaware: Christmas Tour of Lewes

December 7 to December 8 in Ocala, Florida: Fight for Freedom-Attack on Fort King

December 7 in Rollinsford, New Hampshire: Holiday Open House

December 7 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Deck the Alley

December 7 in Burlington, Vermont: Winters Eve

December 7 in Sanford, North Carolina: A Colonial Christmas

December 7 to December 8 in Winnabow, North Carolina: An 18th Century Christmas

December 7 in Youngstown, New York: Castle by Candlelight

December 7 in Ticonderoga, New York: The Noble Train Begins

December 7 in Lerna, Illinois: Old Fashioned Christmas on the Prairie

December 7 in Louisville, Kentucky: Christmastide, 1816

December 7 in Strasburg, Pennsylvania: 10th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes

December 7 to December 8 in Campton Hills, Illinois: Candlelight at the Inn

December 7 in Mason Neck, Virginia: Christmastide at Gunston Hall

December 7 in Cape May, New Jersey: 46th Annual Christmas Candlelight House Tours

December 7 to December 8 in Delaplane, Virginia: Holiday Open House

December 7 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Colonial Christmas

December 7 in Bedford, Pennsylvania: Candlelit Christmas

December 7 to December 8 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Candlelight Stroll

December 7 in Midway, Georgia: A Colonial Christmas

December 7 in Vonore, Tennessee: 18th Century Christmas Garrison

December 7 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania: Candlelight Tours

December 7 in Historic Downtown Ste. Genevieve, Missouri: Le Reveillon

December 7 to December 8 in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri: Holiday Christmas Festival

December 7 in Frederick, Maryland: Museums by Candlelight

December 7 in Williamsburg, Virginia: Christmas Homes Tour

December 7 to December 8 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Pickwicks Mercantile Holiday Tavern Dinners

December 7 to December 8 in West Springfield, Massachusetts: Yuletide Weekend

December 7 to December 8 in Bedminster, New Jersey: 17th Annual Colonial Christmas

December 7 in Savannah, Georgia: Savannahs Holiday Tour of Homes and Inns

December 7 to December 8 in Charles City, Virginia: Berkeley Plantation Christmas Wreath Workshop and Tour

December 7 in Charles City, Virginia: A Candlelight Christmas

December 7 in Charleston, South Carolina: Family Yuletide in the Stableyards

December 7 in Washington, District of Columbia: Holiday Tea & Mansion Tour

December 7 to December 8 in Clinton, Tennessee: Candlelight Christmas

December 7 in St. Louis, Missouri: A Spirited Holiday Past

December 7 in St. Louis, Missouri: A Spirited Holiday Past

December 7 in Cornwall, Pennsylvania: Christmas at Cornwall House Tour

December 7 to December 8 in South Bound Brook, New Jersey: Holiday at the Abraham Staats House

December 7 in Lancaster, Ohio: Curry’s Christmas Gathering

December 7 to December 8 in New Harmony, Indiana: Christmas in New Harmony

December 7 in Rensselaer, New York: St. Nicholas Day

December 8 in Perrysburg, Ohio: Holiday Open House

December 8 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania: First Crossing

December 8 in Lincoln, Rhode Island: Old Fashioned Christmas

December 9 to December 10 in Ephrata, Pennsylvania: Christmas at the Cloister

December 9 in Charles City, Virginia: A Candlelight Christmas

December 10 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 10 in Union, New Jersey: Holiday Afternoon Tea

December 10 to December 14 in West Springfield, Massachusetts: Yuletide Open House Tours

December 11 in Enfield, New Hampshire: Shaker Holiday Feast

December 11 in West Springfield, Massachusetts: Yuletide Lantern Light Evening

December 11 in Washington, District of Columbia: Candlelight Tours

December 11 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 12 to December 14 in Oak Glen, California: Christmas in the Colonies

December 12 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 12 to December 15 in Dearborn, Michigan: Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village

December 12 in Union, New Jersey: Holiday Afternoon Tea

December 12 to December 13 in Forest, Virginia: Holiday Candlelight Tours

December 12 to December 14 in Charleston, South Carolina: Grand Illumination and Dinner

December 13 to December 15 in Woodbridge, Virginia: Holidays through the Ages

December 13 to December 16 in Bath, Ohio: Holiday Lantern Tours

December 13 in Edenton, North Carolina: Christmas Groaning Board

December 13 in Edenton, North Carolina: Caroling in the Courthouse with the Albemarle Sounds

December 13 to December 14 in Manheim, Pennsylvania: Folk Art Christmas Show

December 13 in Little Rock, Arkansas: Nog-off

December 13 to December 14 in St. Mary’s City, Maryland: Madrigal Dinners

December 13 to December 14 in Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania: Christkindlemarkt

December 13 to December 14 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Mount Vernon by Candlelight

December 13 to December 14 in Chatsworth, Georgia: Candlelight Tours

December 13 to December 15 in Mumford, New York: Yuletide in the Country Tours & Buffet

December 13 in Washington, District of Columbia: Candlelight Tours

December 13 to December 15 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 13 in Augusta, Missouri: Candlelight Christmas Walk

December 13 to December 14 in Defiance, Missouri: Christmas Candlelight Walks

December 13 to December 14 in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania: Christkindlmarkt

December 13 to December 14 in Newport, Rhode Island: Holiday Lantern Tours

December 14 to December 15 in Eagle, Wisconsin: An Old World Christmas

December 14 to December 15 in Hartford, Illinois: Arrival at Camp River Dubois

December 14 in Odessa, Delaware: 2019 Demonstration-Festive Foods

December 14 in Exeter, New Hampshire: Colonial Holiday Tea

December 14 in Wilmington, North Carolina: Christmas Stroll through the Past

December 14 in Beaufort, North Carolina: Historic Beaufort Candlelight Homes Tour

December 14 in Youngstown, New York: Castle by Candlelight

December 14 in Sibley, Missouri: Fort Osage Candlelight Tour

December 14 in Chester, Virginia: Three Centuries of Virginia Christmas

December 14 to December 15 in Delaplane, Virginia: Holiday Open House

December 14 in Bedford, Pennsylvania: Candlelit Christmas

December 14 to December 15 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Candlelight Stroll

December 14 in Darien, Georgia: A Colonial Christmas at Fort King George

December 14 in Savannah, Georgia: Colonial Christmas at Wormsloe

December 14 in Statesville, North Carolina: Winter on the Western Frontier

December 14 in New Bern, North Carolina: Christmas Belles-A Candlelight Christmas Celebration

December 14 in Canterbury, New Hampshire: Christmas at Canterbury

December 14 to December 15 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Pickwicks Mercantile Holiday Tavern Dinners

December 14 in Huntsville, Alabama: Spirit of Christmas Past Homes and Luminary Tour

December 14 to December 15 in Lincoln, Rhode Island: Old Fashioned Christmas

December 14 in Charles City, Virginia: A Candlelight Christmas

December 14 in Onancock, Virginia: Christmas Homes Tour

December 14 in Wilmington, North Carolina: A Christmas Stroll Through the Past

December 14 in Mooresville, Alabama: Mooresville Holiday Home Tour

December 14 in Vevay, Indiana: Country Christmas

December 14 to December 15 in Wadesville, Indiana: Christmas at the Cabin

December 14 in Cape May, New Jersey: 46th Annual Christmas Candlelight House Tours

December 15 in Staten Island, New York: Sea Shanty Sessions

December 15 in Middletown, Virginia: Cocktails at Christmas

December 15 in Germantown, New York: Candlelight Tours of Clermont

December 17 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 17 to December 23 in Dearborn, Michigan: Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village

December 17 in Union, New Jersey: Holiday Afternoon Tea

December 17 in Washington, District of Columbia: Candlelight Tours

December 18 in St. Charles, Missouri: Christmas Traditions

December 19 to December 23 in Bath, Ohio: Holiday Lantern Tours

December 19 to December 21 in Oak Glen, California: Christmas in the Colonies

December 19 in Odessa, Delaware: Holiday Candlelight Tour

December 19 to December 21 in Mumford, New York: Yuletide in the Country Tours & Buffet

December 19 to December 21 in Forest, Virginia: Holiday Candlelight Tours

December 19 in Washington, District of Columbia: Candlelight Tours

EXHIBITIONS OPENING THIS MONTH

December 1 to December 30 in Middletown, Virginia: Holiday Tours

December 7 to January 1, 2020 in Charles City, Virginia: Centuries of Christmas at Berkeley Plantation

December 12 to May 31, 2020 in Brunswick, Maine: Rufus Porters Curious World-Art and Invention in America, 1815"1860

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