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Saturday, December 2nd, 2007

At the Beverly Heritage Center:
· Augusta Heritage Gift Shop
· Book & art signings with local writers and artists
· Sons of Confederate Veterans food & toy collection for local charities

Around Town:
· Vintage Clothing Show & Sale - IOOF Lodge
· Holiday Luncheon & Bazaar - Beverly Presbyterian Church
· Randolph Co. Historical Society Annual Holiday Book Sale
· “Christmas 1863” fireside readings at the Chenoweth House
At specialty shops brimming with holiday gifts:
Cornucopia, Goff House Antiques and Textile Studio, Lemuel Chenoweth House Antiques & Museum, and Yarn & Co.




Interior of Bosworth Store (1)
Milnes fiddles by Christmas tree
Santa at Beverly
Beverly Presbyterian Church
Kris Kringle - Nineteenth Century

 

 

 

 

Lunch at the Presbyterian Church
Sons of Confederate Veterans collects for charity
Blacksmiths tent on a cold Beverly day
Bosworth store exterior
People in the Bosworth Store (Beverly Museum)
Goff House interior with loom
Goff House interior
IOOF exterior
Goff House interior
IOOF clothing store interior
Odd Fellows hall exterior sign
By special arrangement, Santa Claus makes an early appearance in the newly refinished 1818 courthouse. Gerry Milnes (left) contributes fiddle music before the Christmas tree.
The women of the Beverly Presbyterian church (right) offered a warming and festive holiday dinner to a packed house. Santa appears to be loosening his belt, below. (Notice the new coverlet in the background, on sale HERE.)
Bright sun belied a chilly day, but participants put on their coats to talk to local blacksmiths (above, left) and a costumed member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, collecting for charity (above, right)
The Bosworth Store (above) is the site of the Randolph County Historical Society's popular Museum.
Caught in a rare quiet moment (left) the Museum offers visitors a delightfully bewildering profusion of local artifacts and memorabilia. During this Saturday, the Museum was more usually thronged with the curious (above).
Another embarrassment of riches is the interior of the Goff House, site of a weaving and textile studio as well as a major collection of antiques of all types. During the holiday season, the Goff House is decorated in the traditional manner.
The Beverly I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows) hall offered Old Fashioned Christmas goers a sneak peek at an upcoming shop that will sell specialty and antique clothing.