Preview of the President Coolidge Christmas Holiday Events — Margo’s Plymouth Report

Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard

11/23/18

Hoping that the time with family and friends over the Holiday, kept you warm despite the bitterly cold temperatures. Today, Friday, was wonderfully bright with the sunshine, sparkling snow, and amazing blue sky. I hate to admit it, but I enjoyed it mostly from indoors!

Come participate in the Plymouth Reading Group discussion of Pachinko by Min Jin Lee at the Plymouth Community Center on Thursday, 11/29. Always good for learning new information and having some laughs. Join us!

Get ready for all of the special happenings at the President Calvin Coolidge Holiday Open House on 12/1 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Decorations will reflect the era of Calvin Coolidge’s birth (1872). Learn how to make lovely paper ornaments and paper-quilled snowflakes, as well as a paper lantern or little diary. Storyteller Willem Lange will be on hand to read “Favor Johnson” at 11:00.

Enjoy holiday organ and piano music performed throughout the day by Steve Morse of Montpelier. Take part in sleigh rides, caroling in the church at 1:30, craft demonstrations, wreath-making with sales benefitting the Coolidge Historic Site’s garden fund – all of which will provide fun for all different ages. You can even decorate your own chocolate Christmas tree with The Chocolatorium.

Be prepared for a luscious sampling of soups, chili and pastries at Wilder House, provided by Tyson Ladies Aid from 10:00 AM until 2:30 PM. Also, remember the special Plymouth cancellation from the Post Office. It should be wonderful day!

More properties in town are changing hands, so here is the latest listing:

1) 509 Chapman Rd. $340,000 Michael Cusack to Keith and Michelle Murphy

2) off Lynds Hill Rd. $105,000 John Petropoulos and Lynn Spadone to Beth Brown

3) 107 Blueberry Ledge Ridge # 46 $71,000 Keith Holden and Emilia Skupiewska

     to William Allen

4) 905 Crown Point Rd. $144,000 David and Jaye O’Leary to James Maler and

    Patricia Kozlowski

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