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Shops, restaurants open during Sunday’s tour

On Sunday, December 7, from noon to 4 p.m. there will be lots to do in Urbanna in addition to visiting historic Lansdowne and Rosegill Plantation on the “It’s A Wonderful Life—Christmas In Historic Urbanna” house tour.

Lansdowne will be decorated and have music and light refreshments included in the price of Sunday’s ticket.

Rosegill will showcase well-known decorators making each room come to life—Cyndy’s Bynn, The Urbanna Antique Mall, the Garden Club, Forget-Me-Not Gifts and Consignments, Make Thyme, Rolling Road Gallery, Richmond Antiques, Snug Harbor Interiors, Chesapeake and Crescent, and  Interior Innovations to name a few.

Tickets for the “It’s A Wonderful Life—Christmas In Historic Urbanna” tour on Sunday are $10 and can be purchased in advance at the above locations or at the door at Lansdowne or Rosegill on the day of the tour. Parking is available on the street in town and on the grounds at Rosegill. Shuttle buses will not be available for Sunday’s tour.

Many of the local retail shops, antique stores and  restaurants  will be open Sunday afternoon.  As visitors stroll through Urbanna, several of the historic buildings in Urbanna also will open for tours. These include the Old Tobacco Warehouse, Middlesex Woman’s Club building and the Middlesex Art Guild Gallery.

All are invited to come and see that “it’s  a wonderful life in Urbanna!”

posted 12.05.2008

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