The Whistle Stop Historical Society Christmas Open Day is December 5


FALLBROOK – The holidays are just around the corner and it’s quite evident with preparations well underway for the Fallbrook Historical Society’s Christmas Open House on Sunday, December 5 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. This year’s theme is ‘A Christmas Whistle’ and it will feature activities in every building at Heritage Center, located on the corner of Rocky Crest and Hill Avenue.

One of the highlights will be a visit by Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus to the Donald J. Rivers Interpretive Center, also known as “The Barn”. Guests will be invited to pose and take “selfies” with the famous couple. In addition, there will be crafts for the children, and hot chocolate and cookies will be served. The Fallbrook High School Madrigals will also be performing throughout the event.

The open house will include guided tours of the Main Museum, the popular Pittenger House, the Ford Room, and the Gems and Minerals Museum.

“Pete’s Kitchen, a local catering company, will be providing meals without a host in our parking lot,” added Pat Saunders, committee member. “And we will also have a fantastic silent auction.”

Admission is free, but donations are more than welcome. Donations are also needed for the silent auction. Questions? Contact Pat Saunders at 442-226-6294.

Submitted by the Fallbrook Historical Society.


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