A Holiday Luncheon Featuring A Taste of the Lincolns' Favorite Recipes Saturday, December 12 Noon to 2 pm
Traditions are very much a part of Christmas, and many Christmas customs of today are traditions dating back to the Victorian-era from 1840 through the turn of the 20th century.
Since the American Civil War took place during this time period of 1861 - 1865, President and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln began many trends that are still seen in modern times. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy a luncheon of the Lincolns' favorite foods while learning about customs and the origins of the past. This program will lift your holiday spirit!
Costumed presenters are the award-winning, professional re-enactors Max and Donna Daniels portraying the President and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln.