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Special Lamplight Tours At Columbia State Park

POSTED November 27, 2017 2:29 p.m.
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Columbia State Historic Park and Friends of Columbia are proud to present this year’s Lamplight Tour, “The Ladies’ Gift.” Participants will be guided through the decorated town during the walking play while listening to snippets of the town’s happenings. Docent-led Lamplight Tours will run Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2 beginning at 5:30 p.m. and leaving every 15 minutes. Tickets are on sale now.

Tickets for the family-friendly event and may be purchased online at www.friendsofcolumbiashp.com. Tickets are adult (18 and over) $25, Junior (9-17) $15, and children 8 and under are free.

All proceeds benefit the cooperating association Friends of Columbia in the funding of interpretive and educational events and programs at Columbia State Historic Park.

This year’s program titled, “The Ladies’ Gift” revolves around the year 1861 where a friendly competition between the two newly formed fire engine companies has developed. Rumor has it that a special gift of appreciation is to be presented to one of the fire companies and is anxiously anticipated at any moment. Participants will be led by kerosene lantern down the streets of Columbia to visit various vignettes in a walking play. Purchase tickets at http://www.friendsofcolumbiashp.com/lamplight.html.

The tour will end with music, dancing, and refreshments in Angelo’s Hall.

 

Each vignette was created by the Docent Archives and Library Committee with input from other volunteers and park staff. The script takes hours of time and thoughtfulness to create a work that all ages and backgrounds can enjoy during the holiday season.

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