Tickets are sold at the door, the day of the event. No reservations are necessary.
CHRISTMAS AT NORLANDS
A 19th-Century Holiday Celebration
Saturday | December 8, 2018
11am to 4pm
Get into the holiday spirit of the 1800s.
Ongoing Activities Throughout the Day
Horse-drawn sleigh rides
Tours of the decorated Washburn mansion
Craft activities - string popcorn, decorate a paper stocking, make a sachet or paper chain garland
Lessons of the past in the one-room schoolhouse
Parlor games and stories with Clara Howard
Mulled cider and molasses cookies in farmer's cottage
Soup while supplies last ($)
Pop up caroling with Jan Gill on guitar and Don Leblanc on fiddle
Visit the animals in the new barn
The gift shop is open with unique and local treasures to fill your holiday shopping needs.
$10 per person
$6 ages 5 to 12 Free for ages 5 and under
$25 Family Rate for up to 2 adults with 3 children under age 18 in same househould
Members of Norland enjoy 20% discount on admission. Bring your membership card, join today online or
sign up the day of the event.
COOKIE WALK: $5 PER BAG
Always a sell out, so arrive early.
Fill a bag with with homemade cookies. This popular fundraiser benefits the barn rebuilding fund.
MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT FROM
Dead River Company believes it's both a privilege and responsibility to be an active member of the communities we serve. We are proud to support the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center and their mission of preserving Maine’s heritage and for the educational value it brings to present and future generations.
--Lisa Morrissette, Director of Marketing
Dead River Company
About Dead River Company:
Founded in 1909 by Charles Hutchins, Dead River Company originated in the forest products industry, along the banks of the Dead River, from which the company took its name. Today, Dead River Company is the largest heating services provider in northern New England, serving the energy needs of homes and businesses. Known for their highly skilled and quality technical services, Dead River Company designs, installs and services heating equipment fueled by propane, heating oil, and kerosene. Energy professionals provide 24-hour emergency response service, as well as advice on how to achieve fuel conservation and efficiency goals. For more information, visit www.deadriver.com.