CHRISTMAS AT THE MANSION 2014:
"A BLACK FOREST CHRISTMAS"
Thomas Nast's Winter Scenes
Christmas at the Mansion is a unique way to celebrate the season with family and friends and has become an integral part of many Midlanders’ holiday traditions. Now in its 17th year, Christmas at the Mansion 2014: A Black Forest Christmas will incorporate Victorian symbols of the holidays popular in Germany in the 19th century. The season will also take inspiration from the depictions of Santa created by German-American artist Thomas Nast included in the special exhibition Thomas Nast’s Winter Scenes, which is made possible by Debra and Fred Westmoreland.
Christmas at the Mansion will be on view and open to the public during normal Museum hours from Thursday, December 4 through Sunday, January 4. Entrance is free thanks to the generosity of our sponsors. The month-long celebration is co-chaired by Jaime Alexander and Catherine Hyde with support from a committee of advisors and a committee of volunteers. This year's sponsor co-chairs are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibson and Mrs. Kay Bird.
Wednesday, December 3 @ 7–11 pm
Kaffeezeit (Coffee Time!)*
Friday, December 5 @ 3-4:30 pm
Made possible by Remote Gas Analysis
Saturday, December 6 @ 10 am–noon
Open House at Christmas at the Mansion
Saturday, December 6 @ 1 - 3 pm
Saturday, December 13 @ 1 - 3 pm
Saturday, December 20 @ 1 - 3 pm
Gingerbread House Workshop
Saturday, December 6 @ 1–3 pm
Tuesday, December 9 @ noon
Wednesday, December 10 @ noon
Thursday, December 11 @ noon
Tuesday, December 16 @ noon
Wednesday, December 17 @ noon
Wednesday, December 10 @ 7 –10 pm
Made Possible by Cimarex Energy Co.
Friday, December 12 @ 3-3:45 pm OR 4:15 – 5 pm
Friday, December 19 @ 3-3:45 pm OR 4:15 – 5 pm
Ugly Christmas Sweater Run*
Saturday, December 13 @ 11 am
* Registration required. Click the event to learn more!