A Dickens Christmas At The Harper House

Dated: 12/07/2017

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Bring the family and step back into time as you experience a Victorian Christmas at the Harper House (310 N Center St, Hickory, NC 28601) on December 9th.

The festivities begin earlier for the little ones from 4:00-5:30. Children can pose with characters inspired from Charles Dickens' literary classic, "A Christmas Carol". 

There will be a free Victorian toy for the first 50 children as well as hot cocoa, cider, and cookies. Children are also invited to play Victorian-themed games. 

At 6:00, the doors will open to Mr. Fezziwig's Annual Christmas Ball, held in the historic Lyerly House. Fully immerse yourself in the experience by dressing the part if you'd like and learn some traditional Victorian dances. 

Adults will enjoy two free cocktails provided by Foothills Distillery with admission.


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