Tea and carols





The Plymouth Historical Society marked the holiday season Saturday with their annual Celtic Tea at the museum on Mill Street. Along with the tea, guests enjoyed the museum’s Christmas displays (above), light refreshments, conversation (top) and Christmas music from vocalist Rosemary Calvey and keyboard player Mary Fellenz (cover and above left). Later, Fellenz tried out the vintage 19thcentury pump organ (below left) that’s part of the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church display along the museum’s Old Plank Road Trail exhibit on the lower level. The Plymouth Historical Society marked the holiday season Saturday with their annual Celtic Tea at the museum on Mill Street. Along with the tea, guests enjoyed the museum’s Christmas displays (above), light refreshments, conversation (top) and Christmas music from vocalist Rosemary Calvey and keyboard player Mary Fellenz (cover and above left). Later, Fellenz tried out the vintage 19thcentury pump organ (below left) that’s part of the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church display along the museum’s Old Plank Road Trail exhibit on the lower level.

Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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