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Upcoming Harmony Hall Winter Events!

Join the Friends of Harmony Hall-Jacob Sloat House in Jacob Sloat's 1848 Greek Revival mansion which will be decorated in holiday finery by Sloat descendant Peter Bush and friends. And all in time for the unveiling of their biggest restoration project to date!

Sunday, December 4, 1-5pm

Enjoy live music, sweet treats, our signature hot mulled cider, Children’s crafts, unique hand-made crafts, baked goods in Ye Old HOLIDAY Shoppe, and of course, a visit from Santa!

$5.00 FEE

17 & under FREE.

Current CDC Covid protocols will be observed.

Thursday, December 8th, 6-9pm

This event is organized by FOHH Board members Kathy Goldman and Stephanie Hand, both who have participated as vendors in the world of craft fairs.

Guests will now have another opportunity to enjoy the Victorian-style holiday ambience in Jacob's stately 1848 mansion while holiday shopping. Approximately 20 artisans will be featured on the main floor rooms - south salon, entrance hallway, formal dining room, family dining, and family sitting room.

Admission is free. There will be a vendor basket raffle and free hot chocolate. Parking is available at Harmony Hall and St. Joan of Arc Church.

Interested in being a vendor? Please sign up here.

Wednesday, December 21, 4-6pm

This year, we have the rare opportunity to come together to celebrate both the last sunset of fall followed only 17 minutes later by winter solstice. Therefore, the Friends of Harmony Hall - Jacob Sloat House will present a festive program which, depending on the weather, will be both outside and inside the 1848 mansion. We will also honor our local indigenous people the Ramapough Mountain Lenape with the participation of Shaman Cindi Fountain. She will present a large medicine drum and distribute rattles to greet and honor the new season. Afterwards, in Harmony Hall’s historic parlor, Geoff Welch will perform original musical compositions. Refreshments will be served. Join us at Jacob Sloat's mansion beautifully decorated in Victorian holiday splendor.

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