Poinsettias, Peppermints & Pine Holiday Decor Sale @ Museum

Continuing the celebration of the Arlington Heights Historical Society’s 60th anniversary, take the free trolley after North School Park’s Tree Lighting to visit the Museum. Cindy Platt, former owner of Sylvia’s Flowers, will hold a décor sale on Friday, November 24 at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum (110 W. Fremont St).

Ms. Platt will have many unique items for the home including unique wreaths, silk holiday arrangements, special hostess gifts, and ornaments. In addition to the sale, live demonstrations will be held on topics such as: How to turn fall into another season on a budgetWhat You Can Do With  A WreathHow To Decorate Your Entry Door and Front Porch; and more. A portion of the sale will benefit both the Arlington Heights Historical Museum and Northwest Suburbs Special Education Organization.

“The Historical Museum is the perfect venue to display my vintage-inspired décor,” says Platt. She urges the community to stop by and support the Museum’s mission of preserving Arlington Heights’ local heritage and traditions.

In addition to the décor sale, the Museum will have children’s activities, refreshments, limited edition holiday ornaments and Arlington Club Soda for sale. Entry is free and trolley rides will be available throughout the village stopping at other sites.

The Arlington Heights Historical Museum collects, preserves, and celebrates significant materials relating to the history of Arlington Heights. The goal of the Historical Museum is to promote community heritage and pride through educational and recreational programs and exhibits. The museum is a partnership between the Arlington Heights Historical Society, the Arlington Heights Park District, and the Village of Arlington Heights.