Annual Trail End Open House

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The sights and sounds of the holiday season were felt throughout the Trail End Museum as hundreds turned out for its annual holiday open house and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.


Visitors were mesmerized by the sounds and the beauty of Christmas as they toured the Trail End Museum during its annual open house. Museum curator Sharie Prout said the open house is a great way to kick off the holiday season.

She said it takes over 50 volunteers to help decorate and make the open house such a success.

A highlight of the evening is tasting a sample of the traditional figgy pudding. Volunteer Diane Wilkie couldn’t wait to get her hands on the delectable dessert.

Father Christmas could be found on the 3rd floor giving each one who visits a jingle bell made by the students of Ft. Mackenzie High School in Sheridan. The best part for Father Christmas is hearing the stories from the children.

The 3-day event began on Friday and ends tonight and doors open at 4 pm.