Kauffman House in Grand Lake hosts holiday celebration Dec. 26 | SkyHiNews.com

Kauffman House in Grand Lake hosts holiday celebration Dec. 26

It’s going to be a true Historical Holiday Celebration on Monday, Dec. 26 at the Kauffman House Museum in Grand Lake from 6-9 p.m. There will be an old-time band, classical music on an old pump organ, carolers, vintage photos by the parlor Christmas tree, and “old days” fun. There will be delicious food, good company, wassail and wine. The Grand Lake Area Historical Society will host this event in the beautifully decorated museum. All proceeds from admissions and donations will benefit the Smith Eslick Cottage Camp project. This rustic “motel” is now listed on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties, and will one day become a unique interactive museum set in a lovely new park for the town and its visitors.

Advanced reservation tickets are $10 and admission includes food, drink, fun, and entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at the Grand Lake Art Gallery, Mine Design, and Daven Haven, or can be ordered at glhistory@rkymtnhi.com or by calling 970-627-9644. Tickets will be $15 at the door. Bring your friends, but no young children, please. Optional Victorian period attire is encouraged, just for fun.

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