Museum Christmas 2020 took place the first weekend of December. The Museum Garden Club decorated outside with garlands and greens, lanterns, woodland creatures and candy lollypops. The Museum’s antique sleigh was put into place with reindeer at the helm. Wooden soldiers flanked the Museum sign. The North Pole and photo booth soldier invited guests to take their Christmas photos. The Museum Garden Club beautifully decorated the inside of the building with this years theme Home for the Holidays. Tours were conducted by costumed docents and guides. Miss Elizabeth’s Shoppe was transformed into a Christmas shop. Outside, hot roasted chestnuts and hot mulled cider were served by the pot bellied stove. A large tent featured the Jefferson Arts Committee’s designer handbags and gifts, HH Artisans hand crafted work along with a large Historical Society bake sale. Music was provided by Jefferson Girl Scouts and Celts of Green Pond. The Museum is now closed until April 2021. The Museum’s outside decorations will remain until January. Residents are welcome to take outdoor photos.