December 5 Sprague Mansion Holiday Open House 1 to 4:30pm

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The Cranston Historical Society Invites You to the Annual Holiday Open House at historic Governor Sprague Mansion Museum on SUNDAY ~ DECEMBER 5 from 1pm to 5:30pm

Enjoy holiday music, cookies & wassail and holiday spirit at the Holiday Open House. The Cranston Historical Society has graciously opened the museum to the public at no charge for several decades. It is our way to share some kindred hospitality and welcome our visitors. Wear your Masks!

3:30pm, Mayor Hopkins and Senator Reed & other dignitaries will bring Holiday Greetings.

4:30pm, enjoy the Annual Outdoor Tree Lighting sponsored by Ward 3 Councilman John Donegan who will Welcome visitors. Listen to Bain Choir share holiday tunes! Hot cocoa served by parents/teachers of nearby school in the Carriage House.

In the Mansion ~ Andrew Kaplan, Rhode Island pianist, will perform musical selections on Cranston Historical Society’s rare 1800s Steinway grand piano. The Western Cranston Garden Club decorates the Mansion in a spirited Victorian-theme each year. Visit info tables of Cranston Arts Commission & OneCranston Health Equity Zone who will give out take-aways to visitors. Handicap access 1st fl. Parking in rear.

The Mansion is located on the historic W3R Washington-Rochambeau Route, the official National Park Service trail our French Allies marched from Newport to Yorktown during the Revolutionary War.

Host your next event or holiday gathering at the Governor Sprague Mansion. For information call: (401) 944-9226

The Cranston Historical Society and its museums: Governor Sprague Mansion and colonial Joy Homestead is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit historical and education organization


Event Date
Sunday, December 5, 2021
Mary & Gregg Mierka,
Governor Sprague
Mansion Museum


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