From History to Holidays

Tallahassee’s beautiful and historic Goodwood estate is open
to the public with FREE admission on November 17th.
The free admission day at Goodwood features:
Free Tours:  The Main House is displayed as it appeared
around World War I, including original furniture, ephemera, and garments.  A new special exhibit “Putting Goodwood on
the Map” will also be open for visitors.  Tours and exhibits are FREE and open to the
public from 10 AM to 3 PM.
Historic Mapping Demonstration:  Join Peter Cowdry for a historic mapping
presentation in conjunction with Goodwood’s new exhibit “Putting Goodwood on
the Map.”  This presentation will be held
outside Goodwood’s Main House at 11 AM.
:  Enjoy a theatrical
performance connecting history and holidays by Theater with a Mission at 1 PM
on Goodwood’s Games Court.
Habitat for Humanity’s
Festival of Trees
:  On Nov.  16th and 17th, Big Bend
Habitat for Humanity presents beautiful artificial trees and wreaths for
purchase as well as family-friendly festivities, including an early visit from
Santa in the Goodwood Carriage House.
Hours are from 10 AM to 5 PM, with bidding closing at 4:30 PM on
Saturday.  For more information, visit
Under One Roof:  Come enjoy a curated collection of clay,
glass, jewelry, and enamel works by premier Tallahassee artisans.  This art show and sale will be in Jubilee
Cottage on Friday November 16th 4:30 PM to 8 PM, Saturday November
17th 10 AM to 5 PM, and Sunday November 18th 12 PM to 4
Goodwood’s programs are sponsored in part by the Council on
Culture and Arts, the City of Tallahassee, Leon County, and the Division of
Cultural Affairs.