Join us for
Christmas at Arlington
Tour the house museum, gardens, and old kitchen adorned in period seasonal decorations. Enjoy refreshments, entertainment, children’s activities, and warm cookies with Santa. Sing favorite Christmas Carols along with Robbie Robinson.
Saturday, December 7, 10 – 6 p.m.
(Family caroling session 5 -5:30 p.m.)
Sunday, December 8, 1 – 4 p.m.
Our appreciation to Decorators
Mudd Parlor – Amy Tully
Dining Room – Nancy Jones
Downstairs Hall – Steele Thomas Marcoux, Veranda magazine
Munger Parlor – Lynne Coker
Upstairs Hall - Jane Ellis
Grandmother’s Room – Perry Umphrey
Pine Room – Paul Odum
Children’s Room – Cece Dillard
Master Bedroom – Jean Brown & Linda Bearden, Flowers from the Heart
Garden Room – Carol Sullivan
Outdoor Kitchen – Morning Glory Garden Club
Nelda’s Garden – Barbara Klyce
Exterior Wreaths – Leaf and Petal, Mt. Brook
10 a.m. McAdory High School Chorale (Garden Room)
11 a.m. Phyllis Kirk and Grace Recorders (Parlor)
Mountain Brook Schools Jazz Ensemble (Garden Room)
12 Noon Michael Barron, Piano (Parlor)
1 p.m. Alabama School of Fine Arts, Vocal Ensemble and Guitars (Garden Room)
2 p.m. Jahnah Camille, Vocalist (Garden Room)
3. p.m. Marissa Luna, Vocalist (Garden Room)
5 p.m. Participatory Christmas Caroling session led by Robert Robinson, Jr. (Portico), followed by a walk-through of the candlelit house museum, refreshments in the Garden Room, and ending at 6 p.m.
1 p.m. Dale Serrano Performance Dance Team (Porch and front lawn)
2 p.m. Anna Williams, Piano (Parlor)
Mountain Brook High School Choral A cappella groups (Garden Room)
Contributions to Christmas at Arlington
Because Christmas at Arlington is a free event open to all, the Arlington Historical Association (AHA) welcomes contributions to help meet the costs. As of October 2019 the AHA has 33 Grove Society, 170 Life, and 93 Regular members. We hope all of you will join us for this year’s Christmas at Arlington celebration, and will continue to support Arlington!