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Government House is once again coming alive with the sights and sounds of Christmas.
Lt.-Gov. Antoinette Perry will host the Annual Christmas Open House on Tuesday, Dec., 4 1-3 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. and again on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1-3 p.m.
Visitors can view the decorations artistically arranged by Shelly Campbell of Tyne Valley and stroll through Fanningbank. Music will be performed on Tuesday by pianist Jacqueline Sorensen-Young, Sirens/Harmonia Choirs and pianist Andrea Ellis. Canada Remembers Chorus will perform Wednesday afternoon.
There is no admission.
The viewing areas of Government House are wheelchair accessible and parking is available on the grounds for those with mobility limitations.
For those who may wish to extend their enjoyment of viewing seasonal decorations, Beaconsfield Historic House will also be hosting a Christmas Open House on Dec. 4 only from 1-3 pm.