Warner Historical Society Holds Holiday Shopping Event

Visit holiday artisans at the Upton Chandler House Museum on December 7

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Warner Historical Society Holds Holiday Shopping Event

On December 7, from 10 AM to 4 PM, the Warner Historical Society will throw open the doors to the Upton Chandler House Museum for its annual Holiday Artisans shopping event.  

This year we will showcase the artwork of Denise Green and Mimi Wiggin; delicious gingersnaps and other goodies by Judy Courser; maple syrup from Courser Farm with Penny Courser; hand-woven creations by Paula Morse; a wide variety of holiday wall hangings and table runners from Mink Hill Quilting; handcrafted jewelry by Sarah Mundahl; notecards and ornaments by Jennifer Elliott; fantastic gourds by Susan Brown; beautifully turned bowls by Gary Young; jewelry and baskets by Michelle Marson; along with colorful art tiles by Susan Beere.  

The museum store will be open with Mt. Kearsarge items; our 2020 calendar featuring Warner railroad scenes; and hand-painted ornaments by Joan Dodge of the Main Street railroad depot and a steam train at the Bagley Station.  The barn sale will feature holiday items from the barn and a variety of gaily wrapped gift baskets to suit your last-minute holiday needs!

The museum store will also be open on Saturday, December 14 and 21, from 10 AM to 1 PM, and through the week when you see the “Open” flag displayed at the office. 

The Upton Chandler House is located at 10 West Main Street in Warner.

The Warner Historical Society was formed 50 years ago to preserve, educate about, and keep alive Warner’s heritage.  The Society has yearly exhibits and programs in the Upton Chandler House Museum on Main Street, and maintains the Lower Warner Meeting House which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.