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Mahaffie's Victorian Open House

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Event# 913-971-5111

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First Saturday - House decorated for 1860s holidays. Music and refreshments, and 1860s crafters/vendors. Santa and giftshop.

The Mahaffie house will be on the tour of Victorian homes of Olathe on Saturday with special entertainment. Visitors can peek in on the Mahaffie family as they prepare for the busy Christmas holiday season. Both Santa and Father Christmas will be stopping by to greet the children.
10 am - 4 pm.

Mahaffie's Victorian Open House

Address : Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm, 1100 Kansas City Road Fort Leavenworth KS
Phone : 913-971-5111   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free admission. Donations gratefully accepted.

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