The Hancock County Museum at 1008 Ridge Avenue in New Cumberland is hosting an Open House on December 14th at 4:30. We would like to invite the Hancock County community and all interested others to watch the New Cumberland Christmas Parade from the sidewalk, lawn and porch of the Museum. The parade starts at 5:00, and soon after passes in front of the Museum. After the parade moves on, all are invited into the beautifully Victorian-style decorated Museum for homemade cookies and hot drinks (tea, coffee, hot chocolate and Wassail), and performances by the Victorian Carolers, Bud Simmons on the dulcimer, and a reading of “The Night Before Christmas” by local actress, singer, and Victorian Carolers’ Director Mary Fern Schmidt.
Enjoy the following photos of the Museum decorated for Christmas:
November 16 – Open House – 10am-4pm
Please visit the Hancock County Museum located in a Victorian mansion decorated for Christmas in the Victorian style with three Christmas trees, decorated mantles and fireplaces. Although the museum is not one of the official house tour locations, it will be open at the request of the Hancock County Arts Council for your added enjoyment.
Christmas is just around the corner and the Hancock County Museum is looking for singers to join the Victorian Carolers for their first rehearsal on Sunday, November 3rd at 3pm at the museum.
The Hancock County Museum is located at 1008 Ridge Ave, New Cumberland, WV.
For appointments for museum tours, to reserve the museum for small holiday parties or other events, or to arrange for the Victorian Carolers to sing at your holiday event, please call 304-564-4800 or 304-224-1605.