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Home for the Holidays in Thomaston 2018


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The Alpheus Sherman House, circa 1854

About the House

The Thomaston Historical Society
presents its twelfth annual

Home For The Holidays Event

Event Poster

Where: The Alpheus Sherman House
54 Knox Street
Thomaston, Maine

When: Friday Night, December 7th
Saturday, December 8th, 2018

Time: Friday night  5 to 7 P.M.
Saturday  10 A.M. to 3 P.M.


Please join us on Friday night for the cocktail party
with sweets and savories available.

There will be a live auction of special items,
featuring auctioneer Carol Acterhof
of Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.

House tours will be available and the first viewing
of our many Silent Auction items will also be available.

Saturday will offer house tours and a final opportunity
for attendees to place bids in the Silent Auction.

Cost: Tickets for Friday night
are limited to 100,
$20 per person, $18 for members

Friday night tickets are good for both Friday and Saturday

Saturday $10 per person,
$8 for members

Please call Mimi Zwick at 354-7029 for tickets.

Who: We wish to thank  Greta Van Campen and Mike Silverstein
for opening their historic house
to the public for this event.

About the House

Alpheus Sherman House, circa 1854

Overlock Architectural Details Overlock Architectural Details

The 2018 Home for the Holidays house was built circa 1854 by James Overlock and features the iconic fleur di lis decorative carving on the side porch, which came to identify several of the houses built by Overlock in Thomaston.

Pantry Hall
Pantry Hall

Thomaston Black Marble Fireplace
Thomaston Black Marble Fireplace

Pine Bench and Window
Pine Bench and Window
Note, the second floor window
reaches nearly to floor.

Interior Window Shutter
Interior Window Shutter

Hand planed floorboards
Hand planed floorboards


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