Visit Fallasburg tonight for a memorable white Christmas
By Emma Palova
EW Emma’s Writings
Fallasburg, MI – Experience a white Christmas of the past inside the old 1867 Fallasburg one-room schoolhouse located at the pioneer village three miles northeast of Lowell.
Cross the wooden covered bridge across the Flat River into the sleepy hamlet and enjoy camaraderie with old friends. Most of them you will probably know from the past.
Sample Dottie’s famous Christmas buffet and Ken’s signature grog that will warm you up instantly.
The band Hawks and Owls will play Christmas music.
If you find Fallasburg resident Bruce Doll and tell him a good story, you may get a 1971 Fallasburg commemorative coin with the covered bridge.
You might run into some old-timers telling their stories of Christmases of the past.
The Fallasburg Historical Society (FHS) volunteers make things happen. Thank them tonight.
A huge bonfire at the Fallasbrug base ball field tops off the night with flames reaching high up into the dark sky.
The suggested donation for adults is $20 to benefit the Fallasburg village maintenance.
The second tiled picture mosaic features some of the FHS events and volunteers from around the year.
See you there tonight. The Christmas party runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 10, 2016.
Have a merry merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
From all of us at the Fallasburg Historical Society
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