Christmas in Dixie Celebration

Celebrate Christmas in 1860's fashion. The Christmas in Dixie Celebration includes food, music, and fellowship at the Museum and Library of Confederate History. The museum will be decorated with Victorian Era Christmas decorations and docents in 1860s period attire will be your hostesses. The event is sponsored by the Museum and Library of Confederate History and Camp 36, Sons of Confederate Veterans.

2014 Christmas in Dixie

Date: All Fridays in December
Location: Museum and Library of Confederate History, 15 Boyce Ave., Greenville, SC
Cost: Free - Open to the public.
Time: 6 - 9 pm
Contact: Mike Couch, Museum Director, 864-421-9039

Children's Stories by Terry Grissop
In the Annex
Free refreshments

Musical Entertainment and Carol Singing:
7:00 - 9:00 pm in the Museum
December 5 ~ Harp and Piano/Melodeon by Joyful Harps (Heather & Raquelle Sheen)
December 12 ~ Music by Renfrew Children's Chorale
December 19 ~ Stringed Music by the Reeves Family
December 26 ~ Harp by Aubrey Eliott

Pictures from Past Christmas in Dixie Celebrations

Docents in period attire at the Museum

Docents Joe and Hope Kateman ready to greet visitors

Children enjoy a snack after Story Hour with Terry Grissop

Gentlemen in Victorian garb enjoy a quick chat

Christmas Decorations at the Museum

Terry Grissop storytelling with the children.

Joyful Harps duet, Heather and Raquelle Sheen, performs music from the era for museum visitors.

Mark and Donna Simpson perform music from the era.

Visitors enjoy their time at the museum's Christmas in Dixie.

Museum Past Director Ron Hamilton, Heather Sheen, and Raquelle Sheen preparing for the evening.

Museum Past Director Ron Hamilton and the Simpsons performing together.

Museum curator Webster Jones with the 1850's piano that ran the blockade.

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