Warren County History Center Christmas Luncheon

I was surprised and honored to receive an email a few months back from a history museum back in my home state of Ohio asking if I'd consider talking about the holidays. How could I say no? Christmastime is undoubtedly one of the best times of the year and for my family, its incredibly meaningful. I am delighted to share what I've learned along the way to make Christmas at our home thoughtful and memorable.



So, come have lunch with me!  I’ll be the featured speaker at a special Lunch & Learn event on Saturday, November 3, 11a-2pm, at the Warren County History Center in historic downtown Lebanon, Ohio.
I’ll be sharing some simple ideas on how to have your home tell a story for Christmas. Some really talented local interior designers will also be showcasing Christmas displays to inspire your holiday home d├ęcor. (Click the sidebar button over there to the right for more information.)
The luncheon is catered and the admission cost for the event is $25 with seats limited to 75 guests.  Paid reservations are required; call 513-932-1817 to get your tickets before they’re gone.


I've never toured around Lebanon but I hear its incredibly charming. I'm hoping to get some antique shopping and chocolate eating in afterwards. Here's just a bit more about the town. Depending on where you're traveling from, its an ideal day or weekend trip. And I'm predicting we'll still have some fall foliage bursting with color next weekend as well~
Let me know if you can make the trip! I hope I'll see some of you there~
Lebanon, Ohio was voted Best Hometown 2012 by Ohio Magazine and is great destination for a Girls Day Out!  Grab a few friends for a fun road trip and make plans to walk the brick sidewalks of Lebanon to visit The Golden Lamb, Ohio’s oldest Inn and Restaurant, go treasure hunting in one of downtown Lebanon’s antique shops, or indulge your sweet tooth at The Golden Turtle Chocolate Factory after lunch is over. 



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