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Dickens of a Holiday in Libertyville

Victorian holiday traditions are featured as MainStreet Libertyville presents its annual Dickens of a Holiday in the historic downtown.

Rain could not dampen the holiday spirit in downtown Libertyville as MainStreet Libertyville held its annual Dickens of a Holiday. Santa had to abandon his sleigh in the park due to rain, but Mike Main of opened his store to Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

hosted the Children's Holiday Shoppe and an authentic Victorian High Tea was served at the . The Ansel B. Cook Home served as a warm and cozy retreat from the rain, showcasing Victorian holiday decorations. Santa is hoping for snow next weekend, when the event resumes on Saturday, Dec. 10.

Aredhatlady February 11, 2012 at 05:28 PM
Thanks for the mention of our chapter. We had a great time at the tea and will likely do it again!

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