Annual Victorian Christmas will feature Carriage Rides
On Sunday, Dec. 10, Iron Wolfe Clydesdales of Cool Spring will provide carriage rides as part of the Christmas tour at the Ross Mansion. The Clydesdales, owned by Cindi Wolfe, will be pulling an Amish wagonette that carries six to eight passengers and blankets for this time of year. The cost of the ride is $7 for adults and $1 for children under 12. Come and enjoy the jingling of the bells and the clopping of the horses' hooves along with the Christmas decorations from 1 to 4 p.m.
The schedule for the weekend is:
Friday, Dec. 8
1 p.m., House Tour and Christmas Tea, $10 per person. Reservations required.
Saturday, Dec. 9
1-4 p.m. House Tour and Craft Demonstrations;
5-8 p.m., House Tour by Candlelight,
$7 per adult, $1 per child under 12 (each tour is a separate charge).
Sunday, Dec. 10 - Family Day
1-4 p.m., House Tours/Gov. and Mrs. Ross receiving/Carriage Rides.
2-3 p.m., Children's Activities in the Honeymoon Cottage (Crafts, Readings, and Santa Claus).
3 p.m., Raffle Drawing for Steve Theis Portrait.
The photo is of the Wolfe Clydesdales of Cool Spring, courtesy of the News Journal and photographer Scott Nathans.
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