Historic Canadian Christmas

Historic Canadian Christmas

Immerse yourself in all the sights and smells of a traditional Christmas at the Bradley Museum. Sample holiday food, cider and hot chocolate while browsing through the marketplace courtesy of vendors from the Gladstone Flea Market. Have a traditional family portrait taken in the Anchorage Historic House. With strolling carollers and a live nativity scene, this event is fun for the whole family. Giving Tree and Food Bank donations will be accepted. Join us and share your own Holiday traditions!

Family Portrait Photo Packages:
One 4 x 6 - $15
Two 4 x 6 - $25

Regular admission rates still apply.

Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm

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