DHHOA 2018 XMAS TOUR Feature 061 (2)

Take a stroll through Historic Dennisville this Saturday.

The Historic Dennisville Christmas House Tour takes place on Saturday, Dec. 15. An assortment of18th and 19th century historic homes will be decorated, as well as several public buildings and two churches. The featured home is the Jonathan and Sarah James House, built about 1860 in a vernacular interpretation of the Greek Revival style.

Other attractions and happenings include: Dennis Township Middle School students greeting guests; refreshments at: Dennisville United Methodist Church Social Hall, the Dennis Volunteer Fire Station and the Dennis Township Old School House Museum; The Middletones Carolers performing; Alice Belanger McGuigan’s illustrated “Historic Dennisville: A Walking Tour” for sale; Dennis Volunteer Fire Company displaying new and antique equipment.

Tickets are $15. Purchase them at the Dennisville Post Office, 24 Hall Ave. in Dennisville or at DHHOA.org, where more information can be found as well.

— Pamela Dollak

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