Fort Loramie Historical Association Hosting Williamsburg Dinners

Staff Writer

For the 44th season, the Wilderness Trail Museum, 37 N. Main Street, Fort Loramie will be the setting for Williamsburg Christmas Dinners sponsored by the Fort Loramie Historical Association, Inc.

Dinners will be held this year Thursday through Sunday, November 30, Dec. 1, 2, and 3.

The historic museum will be transformed from an 1853 boardinghouse/hotel to a wonderland of Christmas trees, decorations and lights. Costumed waiters and waitresses will serve the dinners. A liveried doorman will welcome guests at the door.

Last year more than 400 dinners were served during the four evening event.

The New Renaissance Singers of Piqua will entertain throughout the evening, which begins at 6:30 p.m. with a large variety of appetizers and drinks popular during the Williamsburg period.

Dinner begins at 7:15 with roast turkey with giblet gravy as the main entree, a variety of vegetables, relishes and dessert to follow.

Reservations are now being taken for four evenings, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, November 30, Dec. 1, 2 and 3, (Sorry, Thursday and Friday nights are filled.) with a donation of $30 per person, payable with your reservation. Specify the date you prefer and give a second choice, if possible.

Reservations can be made by phone to Dorothy Quinlin, (937) 295-2659 or by sending payment to the Fort Loramie Historical Association, P. 0. Box 276, Fort Loramie, OH 45845 and stating the evening you would like to attend. The Museum is handicapped accessible. If needed, please indicate when making reservations.