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Christmas at the Roebke House

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Tour the downstairs and upstairs of this Victorian home weekends during November. These local businesses will decorate the downstairs rooms and showcase their wares: All Around Sweets, expressions Flowers & Gifts, Bar S Tack & Western Wear, Koger Variety, and Lee's Flower & Gift Shop. Jackson County Historical Society volunteers will exhibit the Roebke family history in the upper story, including Victorian clothing, a children's room, quilts and dolls.

Christmas at the Roebke House

Address : 216 New York Ave Holton KS
Phone : 785-364-4991   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : jacohistsoc@gmail.com

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Admission Fee : $5.00 suggested donation

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