Dec. 3 Holiday Open House at historic Governor Sprague Mansion Museum. Enjoy holiday music and wassail. The Cranston Historical Society has graciously opened the Sprague Mansion to the community at no charge for decades ~ it is our way to say thank you, share some kindred warmth & welcome our visitors from near and afar. Pianist Andrew Kaplan to provide traditional music selections. Western Cranston Garden Club decorates the Mansion in Victorian splendor ~ Museum Shop open. Accessible entrance/parking back of Mansion.
A G E N D A for the D A Y
3 to 5pm In the Sprague Mansion: Music and wassail ~ Visit Museum Shop.
4pm Greetings from City of Cranston Mayor Kenneth Hopkins & Honored Guests
4:45pm Outside Tree Lighting: Sponsored by Ward 3 Councilman John Donegan, special guests. Bain Choir providing holiday tunes at Mansion Gazebo! Visit Sprague Carriage House for hot cocoa provided by teachers/parents; Visit OneCranston Health Equity Zone & Cranston Public Library info tables.
Located on the historic W3R Washington-Rochambeau Route, the official National Park Service trail our French Allies marched from Newport to Yorktown during the Revolutionary War. Donations welcome. Host your next event ~ meeting ~ even tea at the Sprague Mansion. Call (401) 944-9226 for availability.
Cranston Historical Society is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit historical and educational organization supporting the 1860s Governor Sprague Mansion Museum and 1770s Joy Homestead. facebook.com/cranstonhistoricalsociety