The White Hall Museum will be hosting a Christmas Open House at 2 p.m., on Sunday, Dec. 16.
Those attending will be treated to sugar cookies and English Wassail served by Town Cryer, Scott Ray, elves and victorian servers, while enjoying live Christmas music by Ron Wise.
In addition, there will be carol singing, tours of the museum and a special animated Christmas display of a replica of a Union Pacific electric train complete with scenery, according to Mary Lou Mauldin, museum director.
Those attending will also have a chance to visit with a mystery Santa Claus.
“Everyone is invited to drop by and enjoy a step back in time for an old fashioned Christmas, said Mauldin. ‘Wassail’ good health and good cheer for everyone.”
For more information, contact Mauldin at 870-692-7231.