Over 4,000 Visitors Enjoy a Rainy Victorian Christmas!
The Banning Museum | Thursday, December 6th, 2012 | Comments Off on Over 4,000 Visitors Enjoy a Rainy Victorian Christmas!
Even sporadic rain showers couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of over 4,000 visitors for the Victorian Christmas Open House weekend. According to some, the rain actually enhanced the event, making it feel even more like Christmas. All of the holiday festivities went on without a hitch. Folks waiting in line for the house tour were entertained by the Yesteryears Dance Troupe and the West High School awarding-winning choir. Music filled the air as Santa greeted the little ones. And, the historic carriage barn teemed with activity as both young and old created one-of-a-kind Christmas ornaments. Visitors were even able to do a little Christmas shopping in the Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles Tent. (See more photos under the Events Tab)
Thank you to all who came out and enjoyed this memorable weekend with us! And, a big thank you to those who participated in our drawing for the “Taste of Terranea Holiday Traditions” raffle prize generously donated by Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes. The grand winner of the prize is Will York of Orange County. Congratulations to Mr. York!
And, finally, thank you to all of our fantastic sponsors for the event. Our sponsors made it possible to keep the admission to the event FREE of charge for everyone. Thank you to Farmers & Merchants Bank, Terranea Resort, California Sulphur Co., Vopak, and Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles.