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Saturday, December 7, noon-4 p.m. Holiday Open House
Morven Park celebrates the holidays with a family-friendly open house. See the historic Davis Mansion decorated for a 1920s Christmas. Enjoy festive music from local musicians, hot beverages and sweet treats, children’s crafts in the Ballroom, and an opportunity for a family portrait in the Great Hall. Carriage rides available for an additional charge. Visitors can also visit the Civil War encampment site where reenactors portray the soldiers from the 17th Mississippi who spent Christmas of 1862 here.
$5/person; free for children under 2.
Saturday, December 7, 6-7:30 p.m. -- CANCELLED Huts by Firelight
Wednesday, December 11, 1-3 p.m. -- SOLD OUT Holiday Tea
Enjoy a tour of the historic Davis Mansion followed by an afternoon tea in the upstairs Ballroom. The tea reflects traditions of early 20th century America, serving a selection of elegant sandwiches and pastries. $30/person.
Wednesday, December 11, 7-10 p.m. MPFFL Pickup Games
5v5 flag football games in the Morven Park Indoor Arena. $5/person. Registration not required. See www.morvenparksports.org for more information.
Saturday, December 14, 10 a.m. Winter Nature Walk
Join us for a winter walk around Morven Park! We'll stroll the fields, check some ponds, and hike a short trail into the woods, watching for birds and other wildlife that make their homes at Morven Park during the winter months. Free, but registration required at loudounwildlife.org/SignUp.htm. For more info, contact Jill Miller at email@example.com.
Sunday, December 22, All day. Morven Park Carriage Winter Clinic Series: Dana Bright Cones Clinic Download flyer for details or contact Laura Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org,
DID YOU KNOW ?
The estate, 1,000 acres just west of Leesburg, Virginia off Rt. 7 on Old Waterford Road, was home to two governors: Thomas Swann, a governor of Maryland in the 19th century, and Virginia's reform Governor Westmoreland Davis