The DuBoistown Garden Club's Holiday House show of seasonal decorating ideas traditionally ushers in the holiday season.
This year's show marks the 49th year that club members will be exhibiting their talents at the show, scheduled for Nov. 16, 17 and 18 in Pennington Lounge, just off Mulberry Street, on the campus of Lycoming College.
Show chairwoman Edna Schooley said this year's theme, "Snowy Winter Holidays," will offer a change-of-pace for show attendees.
Preparing for the DuBoistown Garden Club’s Holiday House are, from left, co-chairwoman Rosalie Miller, chairwoman Edna Schooley and co-chairwoman Sue Miller. Not pictured is Nancy Hennigan, co-chairwoman.
"Club members will carry out the theme with special room settings, distinctive decorations for the dozen trees on Christmas Tree Lane, and other decorating ideas for the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's holidays," she said.
Club members will display their talents with fresh, new holiday floral arrangements, wreaths, table settings for the three holiday seasons and a wide variety of decorative displays.
Show attendees can browse through the Garden Market, which provides a variety of handcrafted decorations available for purchase.
Serving with Schooley on the 2012 Holiday House Committee are: co-chairwomen Rosalie Miller, Sue Miller and Nancy Hennigan.
Committee leaders are: Virginia Schuman, door hostesses; Barbara Barnes, floor hostesses; Sue Miller, outside decorations; Hennigan, Christmas Tree Lane; Millie Brennan, Barnes, Hilda Lupold, Schuman and Georgie Bower, placement; Beverly Stroble, raffle; Lupold, miniatures; Carol LaRue, rooms; Sue Miller, exterior doors and windows of units; Stroble and Mary Lou Missigman, tea table; Lee Bryan and Bernadette Servey, Garden Market; Lucile Reynolds and Joanne Reeder, registration; Angela Blair, posters and flyers; and Tula Avlonitis, signs.
Holiday House show hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The club will serve Holiday House punch along with homebaked Christmas cookies. Donation at the door is $4.