Senoia Area Historical Society

'Joy of Christmas Pasts' opens Nov. 29

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Senoia Area Historical Society is adding a new exhibit with more than 50 Christmas cards from the first half of the last century. 


Family coming to town during the Thanksgiving Holiday? Looking for something to do together?

Senoia Area Historical Society members invite you to come drop by the SAHS Museum and take a journey through the past.

The museum is adding its newest exhibit on the Friday after Thanksgiving: “The Joy of Christmas Pasts.” The exhibit showcases more than 50 Christmas cards from the first half of the last century. Visitors can take a nostalgic trip down memory lane into the joys of Christmas past. In conjunction with the opening of “The Joy of Christmas Pasts” and the holiday weekend, the Senoia museum will be extending its operating hours. The doors will open at 10 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 29 and Saturday, Nov. 30.

For more information check at www.senoiahistory.org or check on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Senoia-Area-Historical-Society .



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