Heller Homestead Holiday Gathering and Open House, David Lee Reception, Lee Weidner Book-Signing, Silent Auction

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You are cordially invited to attend our 20th Annual Holiday Gathering Open House and Meet the Artist’s Reception on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012 from 7 to 9pm (snow date: Dec. 4) at the Michael Heller Homestead.

Featuring paintings by David Lee, the exhibit runs Sept. 8 through Dec. 16, 2012 and is open Saturdays & Sundays, 1 to 4pm.

Opening remarks during the reception will be at 7:30pm.

There will also be a Silent Auction and book-signing of .

Saucon Valley Girl Scouts dressed in vintage clothing will take visitors on a “Journey through Time ~ Room by Room” at the historic Heller Homestead. Rooms with period furnishings will offer guests a chance to experience the past as they step back in time to see treasures from a bygone era. The Widow’s House has three rooms to view representing the 1850s through the 1900s and features a beehive oven in the kitchen. The Heller House offers a 1950s Kitchen, a 1930s Living Room, a 1900s Bedroom, and a 1880s Victorian Parlor.

Decorated Christmas trees will be on display reflecting the progression of ornamentation available to German families throughout the years.

Join us as we celebrate another great year at the historic Heller Homestead.

For more information, please call 610-216-0566

Priscilla deLeon, President

The historic Heller Homestead is located just off the Saucon Rail Trail at 1890-92 Friedensville Road (Water Street), Lower Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, approximately one half mile west of Route 412 and Water Street in Hellertown. Turn west on Water Street, which becomes Friedensville Road in Lower Saucon Township. Go across the bridge. The Homestead is on the left adjacent to the Saucon Creek and opposite Creek Road.

Parking is available on site and at the nearby Water Street Park.

For more information, visit www.sauconvalleyconservancy.org or email SVConservancy@aol.com.


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