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Park invites everyone to ‘Come home for Christmas’
Dec 01, 2010 | 66 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Park staff member Stephen Olsen helps a child print a Christmas card on the printing press at last year’s Christmas at the Homestead.
Park staff member Stephen Olsen helps a child print a Christmas card on the printing press at last year’s Christmas at the Homestead.
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CEDAR CITY – Everyone is invited to celebrate the holiday season on Monday with Frontier Homestead State Park as they present their third annual Christmas at the Homestead.

Enjoy hot cocoa and fresh popped popcorn as you wander through some of the oldest structures in Iron County. Hear a special pioneer Christmas story as you cozy up to the fire in one of the cabins, create Christmas cord, make old-fashioned ornaments, create your own special holiday card on our 100-year old printing press, and much more.

You will be entertained by seasonal music played on the historic pump organ, and of course a very exceptional visitor from way up North.

Activities run from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $3 per family. As an additional gift to the community, beginning with the Christmas at the Homestead celebration and continuing through Dec. 24, the park is offering all patrons a 20 percent discount on their entire gift shop purchase. The museum gift shop carries a variety of books, children’s games, and keepsakes reminiscent of the old west.

For more information call 586-9290. Frontier Homestead State Park is at 635 N. Main St. in Cedar City.

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