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30th Annual Victorian Frontier Christmas
December 11, 2014
A Victorian Christmas with a frontier Father Christmas!The Silver City Museum is housed in the H.B. Ailman House, at 312 West Broadway in Historic Downtown Silver City. The Museum's main floor is completely handicapped - accessible.

Silver City puts on its finest from the 19th Century for the annual Victorian Christmas Evening at the Silver City Museum. Reenactors dressed in clothing from the 1880s help visitors celebrate in the style common to Silver City before the turn of the century, and a visit from a frontier Father Christmas is always a favorite for kids and parents alike.

The 30th Annual Victorian Christmas Evening will be December 11, from 4 pm to 9 pm, and will feature traditional decorations, music, hot mulled cider and holiday treats, all in the spirit of an old-fashioned community celebration. Visitors are welcome and need not be dressed in clothing from the period to enjoy the evening.

For more information, contact the Silver City Museum at (575) 538-5921 or e-mail
info@silvercitymuseum.org.

The Silver City Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico by collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting the region's unique history.

Founded in 1967, the Silver City Museum is operated by the Town of Silver City with support from the non-profit Silver City Museum Society and grant support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Museum collections include some 20,000 objects relating to the peoples and history of southwest New Mexico.

The Museum is housed in the 1881 Mansard/Italianate H.B. Ailman House, with a modern collections care wing and changing exhibits gallery. The Museum's main floor is completely handicapped-accessible; a videotaped tour of the upper floor exhibits and cupola can be viewed in the local history library.

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