The Christmas Walk must be over; a cat just upchucked on the carpet.
They’ve been ticked off for two week-ends now at being shut down in the basement. The saying is that “revenge is sweet” but that’s not quite how I’d describe this ( I’ll spare you how I would describe it.).
All-in-all, that’s pretty small potatoes compared to what could have gone wrong at any number of places (The quilt-rack falling down doesn’t count, since I didn’t see it happen...or even hear of it until long after). Nobody slipped and fell, nobody wandered down and toppled into the creek with the beavers, nobody made off with any of the silver( Nobody definitively figured out what the big spoon was in the place setting either. There were several good guesses, however.) Most of the time I remembered to plug and unplug lights at the appointed times (I...
Whew! Do you remember a TV program from ages ago called TW3 (That Was The Week That Was)? Well, tweak it just a little to That Was the Week-end That Was and you’ve got November 4th, 5th , 6th and 7th , 2010 at this establishment. It was --literally and figuratively--really cool!
Thursday, the evening candlelight tour opening date of the biennial Garrettsville Christmas Walk, found me and the detailer of the outfit, Sandy Pelfrey, putting in the finishing touches (Touches, heck, they were more like full-scale body slams!) around the place. I will NEVER find some of that stuff again; I just hope that my electric bill wasn’t in there somewhere...or my PCH winner’s notification...they all...
The James A. Garfield Historical Society’s Christmas Walk takes place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 5th, 6th, & 7th, and 12th, 13th, & 14th. Hours are 10am to 5pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 12:30pm to 5pm on Sundays. Your first stop is the Historical Society at 8107 Main Street in downtown Garrettsville, where tickets are purchased for $10.
The Christmas Walk ticket booklet includes a map to the six locations. The Garrettsville United Methodist Church is decorated and selling homemade lunches, and a craft show is held at the Garrettsville Village Hall. Garrettsville also offers many shops and restaurants to enjoy.
For further information call 330-527-2910 or 330-569-7996.