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Caz Lorenzo tours

Lorenzo Tour and program details

REGULAR TOURS & GIFT SHOP: December 13 to 30, Wednesdays through Saturdays, 1 to 4 p.m.

CHRISTMAS BY CANDLELIGHT: Friday, Dec. 15, 7 to 9 p.m.

FAMILY DAY: Saturday, Dec. 16, 1 to 4 p.m.

Mansion open for tours

Friday, December 15th 7-9 p.m.

Wassail and peanut brittle served in the kitchen

Cazenovia Central School District student entertainment

Gingerbread Galley

Mark Woodworth of Lamplit Farms will make sleigh or wagon trips from mansion to the Rippleton Schoolhouse

Open house at the 1814 Rippleton Schoolhouse, which will be decorated with handmade Victorian ornaments made by Cazenovia Middle School 5th graders. There will also be light refreshments served **

Bells and Motley Consort entertaining on the 2nd floor of the Mansion

Visitor Center: Scott and Christian Phillips of "Phillips Brothers Photography" offering professional photo opportunities for guests (http://www.phillipsbrosphoto.com/); a modest fee will be charged

Saturday, December 16th 1-4 p.m. FAMILY DAY

Mansion open for tours

Wassail and peanut brittle served in the kitchen

Cazenovia Central School District student entertainment

Gingerbread Galley

"A Harmony of Harps" will entertain on the 2nd floor of the Mansion

Mary Jeanne Bialas (http://www.thevictorianwhispers.com/default.htm) Interactive historic costume presentation

Scott and Christian Phillips of "Phillips Brothers Photography" in the visitor's center, once again offering professional photo opportunities for a modest fee

John Bromka (of Bells and Motley) performs as Father Christmas in visitor's center

Mark Woodworth of Lamplit Farms will make sleigh or wagon trips from mansion to the decorated Rippleton Schoolhouse

Schoolhouse open for children's craft projects

Drop-off of non-perishable food donations for Caz-Cares at the visitor center

Saturday, December 23, 1to 4 pm

Musical entertainment on the second story of the Mansion will be: The John Rohde Trio

Saturday, December 30, 1to 4 pm

Musical entertainment on the second storey of the Mansion will be: John and Joyce Rossbach

** The Rippleton Schoolhouse is interpreted to 1887 and will be decorated to reflect that time period. Fifth grade students from Cazenovia Middle School have created cornucopias and paper ornaments that will hang on a tree in the schoolhouse. They will also have clay gingerbread houses on display.

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