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center. Th House Tou: same day fl Both event, ful start to Milton was the Holly C it is fitting t served with The Milt( merce spo shopping ONDAY. DECEMBER 5. 2011 Event o feat e house tour Dec. 10 The 22nd Annual Holly Festi- no admission charge. " val in Milton will take place from Santa and Mrs. Santa will visit 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 10, again at Goshen Hall on Federal at the Miltgn Fire HalI and at Street across from town hall. Goshen Hallin the histofic town There Will also be vendors and lunch service at this location. An cialty vend( decoration., holiday foo crafters, an dors displa their creati in time sh The public popular ttoliday will folloWon the am 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. promise a' yonder- the holiday season. tt one time k aown as tpital of Am . rica, so aat its histor is pre- a seasonal f( stival. n Chamber )f Com- nsors the loliday ent with m spe- ars offering gifts and along with unique Is. Artists, ;trtisans, t other unic ue ven- ans just 3pping. is welcome there is }} natura son Islal ;Late Parks s list ,d taft will Briefly Hike wit! on Thom art show of work pertaining to Mikon will be a featured attrac- tion at the Milton Historical So- ciety Museum on Union Street. Works by members of the Mikon Arts Guild wilt be offered for -sale. The Milton Century Club is the sponsor of the tour of Milton homes beautifully decorated for the holiday. This event follows the Holly Festival. Tickets for the house tour may be purchased at the fire hall on the day of the Holly Festival for $15. Advance tickets sales are $12; tickets are available at severaHocations: Sa- lon Milton, 517 Chestnut St.; Hill- grants visiting the forest, and ac- cess the beach and marsh habi- tats to view waterfowl and other wildlife, They will also get a chance to learn about the unique Native American history of Thompson Island. Participants will meet at the ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SANTA AND MRS, CLAUS visit last year's Holly Festival in Milton. side Flowers, 105 Lavinia St.; Lewes Printing in Lewes behind the new Walgreens location; and Antiques in Milton, 109 Union St. The Milton Century Club is a" member of the General Federa- tion of Women's Clubs, one of the largest and oldest service ganizations in the country. For information call the cham- ber at 302-684-1101 or go to his- Delaware conduct guided hikes {hrough Thompson Island Nattire Pre- tware Seash( 30 to 11:30 Thompson I :ess nature t shores of R, not typical cess. ,re State indian River Life-Saving Station .m., Fri- Museum. From there, "they will sland is be transported to the preserve as ,reserve a group. .'hoboth The fee for this program is $5 ly open and space is extremely limited, so preregister by calling the Indi- cipantsan River Life-Saving Station Mu- seum at 302-227-6991. Milton Christmas Parade set Dec. 7 The Milton Fire Department is once again this year sponsoring the Milton Christmas Parade. It will take place Wednesday, Dec. 7, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The parade route is from the serve at Del; Park from 9 day, Dec. 2. a limite&ao on the norff ' Bay, an are for public ac During ff will get a Milton VFW area to Mikon Ele- mentary School: Registration is still being accepted for parade entries For additional information or to register, call the fire depart- ment at 302-684-8500. e hike, part to si Cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTO