Each year Barrington Hall decorates for the holidays with a specific theme, providing visitors a glimpse into traditional Southern Christmas décor. For the second year in a row, Barrington Hall opted to include the Roswell community in its decorating efforts, as well as contribute to an important charity. For those individuals or businesses eager to exercise their creativity, wreaths may be donated already decorated, or alternatively, businesses may provide a monetary donation and Barrington Hall’s team of volunteers will decorate the wreaths for them. Wreath prices begin at $25.00 and are available for purchase during regular tour times or during specific “Open House” dates on December 1, 8 and 15, 2013. On those dates, guests may tour Barrington Hall free of charge and in the spirit of the season; consider purchasing a wreath in support of this special organization. Open house tour times are 1:00PM – 4:00PM.
Several Roswell businesses have already agreed to donate wreaths. Barrington Hall has commitments from North Fulton Drama Club, Roswell Ghost Tour, and 9 Design to name a few. “We’
For information on donating or purchasing a wreath, please contact Michael Sternberg or Michele Glazer at (770) 640-3855 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
About Barrington Hall
Barrington Hall is the 1842 historic home that was the residence of Barrington King, who along with his father, Roswell King, founded the town of Roswell, Georgia. One of the best examples of Greek Revival architecture, the property was purchased by the city of Roswell in 2005 and has been lovingly restored and furnished with many original family possessions. The historic house museum is open daily to the public for tours, special events and educational activities.
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