Our holiday traditions continue with a pop-up shop from the Village Peddler and Chocolatorium. Get your hostess gifts and delicious treats. The gallery will be open, and the trees will be lit. Free and open to the public.
The multi-media exhibit, curated by Don Trachte, takes a nostalgic step back to a traditional 1950s Christmas, featuring cards made by Norman Rockwell, Don Trachte Sr., Gene Pelham, and other notable artists of the time. Also on display will be an original holiday Christmas recording by Bob Hope, sent to Rockwell and other friends.
The Watkins house at The Arlington Common will be decorated for the holidays, and the exhibit will be open to the public on three consecutive Friday nights in December: 12/2, 12/9, and 12/16 from 5-7 PM. These evenings will also include a mini-Christmas market featuring local shops, including The Village Peddler and Chocolatorium and Rablogan Castle of Scotland, among others.