Traditional Christmas offered in Christkindlmarkt, tavern lunch at Schaefferstown

 

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Christkindlmarkt & Tavern Lunch
December 13, 2014
9am – 3pm: Christkindlmarkt at Brendle Museum, Lower Level
10am – 2pm: Tavern Lunch at Gemberling-Rex House
Lunch seatings are every hour. Reservations required.

Holiday shopping is a breeze at the yearly Christkindlmarkt, featuring crafts of the 18th and 19th century. Browse a variety of goods, and top off the experience with an authentic colonial-style lunch (reservations required). The antics of early tavern hosts and hostesses will come as a shock for those who are unprepared for how they behaved generations ago!

Tavern Lunch to be held at 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 1pm and 2 pm. Call early (717) 949-2244 to reserve a spot, as seating is limited to only 20 per time slot. Reservation Fee: $14 per person.

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Gemberling – Rex House. Photo Credit: Wikpedia

 

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