Christmas Trees of Bay Village (20th Century)
The former home of the Cahoon family (now the Rose Hill Museum) is decorated for the season, both to reflect Christmas in the early 1800s and later in that century. We hope to see you at Rose Hill on Sunday, December 18th, from 2:00-4:30 p.m., as we continue our celebration of the holidays. You will be greeted by volunteers in period costumes, who will be available for questions. Our newly restored upstairs portrait gallery, early 1800s rug with pastoral scene and Aldrich family hair wreath are on display, along with miniatures of Christmas scenes. There will be spinning wheel, loom and rug hooking demonstrations and Preston Postle will be reading “Twas the Night Before Christmas” at 3:00 p.m. Visit the Bay Historical Society’s website for all of the details and we hope to see you there: Cahoon Christmas 2022
The Bay Village Historical Society would also like to share with you some pictures of past Bay Villagers’ Christmas trees from our photo collections. We hope they bring back some happy memories for many of you.