Monday, December 7, 2009
1935 Historical Christmas Dinner
The Buffalo Barracks is filled with good food, good friends and lots of holiday spirit at the Historical Dinner.
Mint jelly........yummy! I really don't know, I didn't taste it but it sure looked pretty on the table.
My daughter and her friends enjoying the dinner.
JoAnn Read, my Office Clerk helps to set the 56 water carafes on the table before the 200 plus guests arrive.
This was the grapevine, pine bough chandelier that we hung over 21 lights in the Buffalo Barracks. This was an extra I brought home to put on the front porch.
My granddaughter Adrianne, was one of the the "Itty Bitty Choir" singers.
More of the grannies and the "Itty Bitty Choir" singers. Jaxon Keane, (one of my grannies); Kamden Victory (my great niece) are on top. Emma Kennedy (my youngest granddaughter) and Kyler Gortsema.
The Cornerstone Bell Choir from Hot Springs were part of the entertainment and oh how pretty those bells were!
Talon Jelenick and the Itty Bittys' tell a story about a snowman with a carrot nose and a silly bunny who ate IT!
Posted by Debbie at 12:55 PM