1894-style Christmas Dinner will be first in historic Town Hall in decades

Sponsors needed

By Maureen Robertson

Town Hall trustees aren’t letting the Christmas season go by without a celebration—an 1894-style Christmas Dinner.

The catered affair will be on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the East and West wings of the historic hall at 729 Main St.

In addition to being the first dinner in Town Hall in at least 50 years, this will be the first time anyone is aware of that alcohol will be served in the building. Ramona wines will be poured at the festive event.

Piano, violin, and choir entertainment is planned, a turkey dinner with trimmings will be served, and there will be an opportunity drawing. Attendees are encouraged to dress in Victorian-style attire.

Tickets are $50 per person. Christmas dinner proceeds will go toward heating and air conditioning for the West Wing and to finish renovations on the front half of the building.

Heating and air conditioning is in the East Wing, which is available for lease.

“Please save the date for a very very special event at the beautifully decorated for the holidays Ramona Town Hall,” said Sharon Davis, event coordinator and Ramona’s honorary mayor. “Ramona Town Hall invites you to spend the evening with us.”

Seating is limited. For more information and to RSVP, call 760-789-8696 or 760-788-2509.

Sponsors are needed, said Davis, asking prospective sponsors to call her at either number.

Town Hall trustees at their last meeting decided to change Ramona Town Hall bylaws to allow alcohol. Until they develop rules regarding the use of alcohol in the building, alcohol will only be for events sponsored by Ramona Town Hall Board, said Woody Kirkman, board president.

   
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