The Southold Historical Society will kick off the holiday season by holding its annual candlelight tour of the complex on Nov. 24 from 3 to 6 p.m.
Organizers of the tour say this is a magical time for their members, their families and the Southold community to come together to have some good old-fashioned fun by visiting Santa in the barn and touring the historic houses. The Thomas Moore House will be decorated in a colonial style and the Ann Currie-Bell House will be decorated in Victorian tradition.
This year, Lori Guyer, owner of the White Flower Farmhouse here in Southold, has volunteered to decorate the Ann Currie-Bell House. Come and see the beautiful Christmas spirit that Guyer will create in this historic house.
Throughout the complex, there will be craft demonstrations, games, refreshments, and an antique toy exhibit.
The event is free and open to all members of the community.
Click here for more information by email or call Karen Lund Rooney, the director, at 631-765-5500.