Celebrations & Fun in Unionville
Extended through December 30th
The Museum’s current exhibit, "That's Entertainment", chronicles Unionville celebrations, town events, entertainment venues, and ways residents enjoyed family time and music. Drawing on the museum’s extensive collection of photographs, documents, artifacts, and vintage clothing, the exhibit will present the events, commemorations, parades, and celebrations of the last century.
Also featured will be the story of early entertainment venues like the Luxor Theater and the old Town Hall. From the Victrola to the Apple computer, the show will chronicle how Unionville residents entertained themselves with games, radio, television, record players, and MP3 players.
Visitors will experience an old time radio comedy show, hear music from records across the decades, view a scary video of the beloved Lion’s Club Haunted House and see 60 years of performer signatures from the old Town Hall stage curtain.
This free exhibit has been extended through December 30th to give those who often return to Unionville over the holidays a chance to see it. It is open on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays from 2 to 4 p.m.
For the Holidays!
We will be kicking off the holidays on Sunday, December 3rd and continue through the end of the month. Stop by the Museum for the Gift Sale, join the Carol Sing and the Santa Visit, plan to stop in and see the current exhibit before it closes at the end of the month.
Yuletide Open House and Gift Sale at the Museum
Sunday, December 3 - 10AM - 3PM
The gift sale will include the always popular Unionville Landmark Commemorative ornaments and other items related to Unionville history. New items include the 1928 high school building ornament, the Museum's 2024 Souvenir Calendar and note cards depicting scenes from Unionville's history.
Carol Sing and Santa Visit at the Clover Pinney Park Gazebo
Saturday, December 9 - 5PM - 6PM
Join friends and family for this annual tradition and singalong as Unionville's Gazebo becomes Jingle Bell Square. Stop by and enjoy some holiday cheer, refreshments and a concert by the Union School Choir and the always popular visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Festivities begin at 5PM with a special performance by the Union School Choir singing classic holiday songs followed by live entertainment - don't miss the fun.