Although the Silver City Museum is unable to invite hundreds of gaily dressed revelers into its halls for music, cider and cookies this year, part if its annual Victorian Christmas celebration lives on in 2020: the Victorian Ornament Workshop.
Victorian ornament-making kits will be available for pickup on the museum porch from Dec. 7th-19th. Volunteer Phyllis McQuaide will be hosting a zoom workshop on Saturday, December 19th at 11 am that gives attendees instructions and help on how to create some of our favorite traditional holiday ornaments, such as Orange Pomanders, Foil Garland, and Gilded Walnuts.
You can register and attend at www.silvercitymuseum.org or https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aakwBT-0QWuJjKSKqCdzIQ, or catch the recordings of the tutorials on our website and YouTube Channel afterwards.
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