Christmases of the past all come together into one during the annual “Christmas in Fallasburg” party set for tomorrow Dec. 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The public is always welcome. Join us for an evening of camaraderie, food and music.
This party in the 1850s pioneer village is worth traveling to.
Patina of time has settled in.
Christmases of the past
By Emma Palova
Fallasburg, MI – The weather outside is frightful with an arctic invasion coming our way, but I am definitely looking forward to tomorrow’s Christmas party in Fallasburg.
It has become a tradition much like baking, shopping and writing Christmas cards. It’s like recapturing part of the past magic of Christmas that we all have experienced as kids.
It’s all the Christmases of the past coming together into one. We each have special memories of Christmas tied to our childhood past.
Every year we meet out there inside the old Fallasburg one-room schoolhouse to share camaraderie, to break bread and enjoy Christmas music.
First you have to cross the Covered Bridge at the speed of no more than a walk. And then you immerse yourself into the magic of the pioneer village.
I live three miles from the village, and I have discovered it…
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