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Old Fashioned Christmas Open House at Coffman Homestead

December 2, 2017
Time: 3:00 – 7:00pm
5300 Emerald Parkway
Dublin, Ohio 43017

See the historic Coffman House decorated for the holidays.

The twinkle of candles, the aroma of hot cider and the sounds of the season will put you in the holiday spirit. Tour the 1860s era home dressed up with festive period decorations created by The Muirfield Village Garden Club. Enjoy musical entertainment, hot cider and cookies. Visit the barn and capture a memory with a photo by the gaily decorated sleigh or by the large picturesque wreath.

Music by:

  • Dublin Coffman String Quartet
  • Harpist: Miriam Weber Brown (http://www.columbusharpist.com)
  • Flutist: Valorie Adams-Hildreth (http://www.flutewithvalorie.com)
    Valorie Adams-Hildreth will be joining Miriam. They perform together in the elegant combination of harp and flute and are known for their beautiful music that is the “cherry on the top” of special events and weddings. Their music spans Light Classical, Romantic, Celtic, and Pop styles.
  • Brion Jones
    Brion will be playing musical selections on an Irish Tin Whistle.

Admission is $5 (free for ages 5 and younger).

Coffman House is located adjacent to Dublin City Hall at 5200 Emerald Parkway.

Presented by the Dublin Historical Society, a non-profit organization whose mission includes preservation of historic sites and a study of local history and The Muirfield Village Garden Club.


We’d like to thank the following sponsors for supporting our Old Fashion Christmas Open House at Coffman Homestead

Silver Bell Sponsors

               

Jingle Bell Sponsors

        

Sleigh Bell Sponsors
Emily Lewis Law Offices
Ford Family Dental


Past Events

July 18 | Member Meeting and “What Is This Thing?”
The program will include an update on the wide variety of things the Society is involved in plus a program idea we picked up from the Ohio History Connections: “This Belongs in Museum”. Think of it as a “show and tell” for an antique item, photo or document from deep in your closet, basement or attic that might be interesting to show others in the historical society.