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The annual old-fashioned Christmas Open House at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park will be held on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The park is located on Highway 53 between Lower Lake and the City of Clearlake. The public is cordially invited to attend this free and fun event.
Santa Claus will be there to greet children and hand out treats. Christmas songs will be performed by local entertainers with the public invited to join in. the Christmas tree, decorated with the help of local elementary students, will be on display in the parlor of the historical ranch house at the park. Free hot cider, coffee, and lots of cookies and other treats will be provided.
Entertainers include Dr. Harry Lyons from Yuba College; Tom Nixon; Middletown’s David Neft; Bluegrass musician, Don Coffin; Anna McAtee, Marion Onstadt and Joan Moss and friends.
Christmas music is enjoyed by all and Santa waits in the parlor for youngsters to tell him of their Christmas wishes. A fire burns cheerily in the dining room where cookies and cider are served. The Interpretive Society’s gift store will be open where you might find just the right unique item for that hard to please person on your Christmas list.
The public is warmly invited to attend this traditional, relaxed, and fun holiday event. Join the volunteers of the Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association for an old-fashioned Christmas open house “at the ranch.”
If in the past you have baked and donated cookies for this event, please call Roberta Lyons at 707-994-2024 if you would like to continue this tradition.
Location: Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, Highway 53 between Clearlake and Lower Lake. Contact: Roberta Lyons at 707-994-2024.