No, but we have a 19th Century Christmas reenactment at an old fort here from the early 1900's and it's always fun. They have people dressed in costumes from that era, in replicas of the buildings and one of the actual buildings that was at the fort. There is a mercantile building (like their store), a blacksmith shop, an old prison tower, the parson's house, a granary, a town hall where they have dancing and cookies and hot apple cider, a kitchen where they reenact making meals like the did in the old days, and they bring in the yule log by horse and buggy and all the kids get to help with the cutting of the yule log and take home a piece of it. There's caroling, and the kids all play games that they played back in those days, and they make old fashioned Christmas ornaments. Last year it was dried apple slices with rosemary twigs tied with raffia and old ribbons. So much fun.
at 6:44 PM on Nov. 28, 2010