How lovely are thy branches!
On December 16, 17 & 18, the Sealy Area Historical Society is celebrating the wonders of Christmas trees! What brings more delight than a tree lit with twinkling lights and shiny ornaments?
Organizations, businesses and individuals will fill the buildings at the Sealy Historical Park with decorated Christmas trees. Trees will be displayed in the old 1900 Sealy News Building, the 1927 AT&SF caboose, the 1880 Hackbarth House, the 1887 Sealy Jail, the Benton Shop, and even in the outhouse!
December 16 – 5:00-9:00 PM – Dinner surrounded by Christmas trees and music by harpist Hope Cowan. 5:00 - 6:00 PM: Tours of historic buildings & Christmas trees, 6:00 PM: Appetizers & drinks, 6:30 PM: Storyteller Sheila Phillips, 7:00 PM: Dinner, 8:00 PM: Christmas vocals by Grayson Oliver. DINNER TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT.
Please note: we are not selling or serving wine, but guests are free to BYOB for dinner.
December 17 & 18 – 5:00-9:00 PM – Tours of Christmas trees and historic buildings, Kasey Picard, Grayson Oliver and Blane Fisher will perform Christmas vocals. Dessert bar and appetizer plates. Tickets sold at the door.
Adults $10 Children 12 & Under $5