It is the Silver Anniversary of showcasing “Festival of Trees” at the Hancock House ~~ our seasonal communal Thank You for the support shown to us during the past year. We have thoughtfully worked at presenting a variety of unique programs that are both informational and entertaining for all ages.
In reflection ~ Commemorations of the 70th and 150th anniversaries of the ending of World War II and the American Civil War, Adirondack Quilts, early farmer tractors; and, the Very Merry Theatre teenage performers in their 50th anniversary rendition of the film version of “Sound of Music.”
We are currently planning and developing two more of years of special and unique programs with a greater emphasis in approaching history in a more interactive and exciting manner.
At this time as we enter the “gift giving” season we invite you to visit our ~ “Olde Post Office Book & Gift Shop” ~ to see our selection of books, maps, photographs, and other unique quality gifts. We offer member discounts; and, during this year’s Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce’s “Holiday Shopping & Dinning Night,” Friday, December 4th and our own “Open House” on Sunday, December 6th ~ 1 to 3, we will be offering super specials “in the Shop.”
A very much in demand recent publication
“Frontier Town – Abandoned Theme Park – Then and Now”
Two nice gifts for that special “someone”
Ticonderoga Historical Society Membership
Gift Shop Certificate
Print of Robert Rogers by Helene Loescher
We are looking forward to seeing you soon as you enjoy your visit to the Hancock House for our 25th Anniversary of ~~
Festival of Trees