Dickens Christmas Brings Its Magic to Skaneateles
Auburn: History’s Hometown Free Holiday Celebration December 12, 2010
Dickens Christmas Opens Nov. 26 in Skaneateles From the world’s smallest Christmas parade to a visit by New York Gov. DeWitt Clinton, lots of surprises are in store When Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria take up residence in Skaneateles this holiday season, they will be accompanied by a new dignitary—New York Gov. DeWitt Clinton—as the three make their way to …
You’ve just met Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria, strolling the village streets.
They’re accompanied by Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Jacob Marley, Fagin, the Cratchits, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, and assorted townspeople and street urchins—all delighted to meet you and draw you into their world.
The revels play. Visitors
MasterWorks Chorale was founded as Marcellus Chorale in 1965 by Dr. Joseph Centrone, the Chorale’s first conductor. Dr. Centrone formed a chorus from four church choirs in Marcellus, New York. The present conductor, Maureen McCauley, assumed leadership in 1977.
CHRISTMAS IN THE FINGER LAKES New York Institute of Dance
Village-wide Christmas sales, children’s activities and entertainment, and a visit from Santa capped
off by a holiday party at the Aurora Inn with a preview of “A Christmas Carol”, which will be
playing at the Morgan Opera House in December.