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First Friday in Downtown Tehachapi 5-8 p.m., December 1

 

Errea House Museum.

Christmas Around the World at the Errea House Museum featuring Germany

Christmas Around the World this year at the Errea House will be featuring German decorations and holiday traditions. Two decorated Christmas trees will be on a silent auction, as well as other items. The trees will be decorated with typical German ornaments of lace, wood, and glass, with the traditional dill pickle ornament adorning the trees.

Across the street the Museum Gift Shop will be brimming with German ornaments and other gift items, wooden historic folk toys, pottery mugs and bowls, books on local history, jewelry, and vintage hammered aluminum serving pieces chosen for the holidays. A holiday booklet of German recipes and customs will be available for sale, along with local products like delicious jams from Moessner’s Farms and coffee from Blue Oak Coffee Roasters for a taste of Tehachapi.

The Museum also has new exhibits to carry on the German theme. A new exhibit opening for December First Friday is Zanya Biviano’s collection of German and Bohemian glass and crystal. The exquisite collection comes from her family’s ancestral home in Germany. It includes crystal with red, blue, and amber flashing with many pieces hand cut and etched in typical German patterns. There are also pieces with delicate enameling and applied gold designs.

A carved wood figure in the Baroque style is also featured. The 42 inch statue is a beautifully carved female figure with outstretched arms, painted in pastel colors. Family legend is that the figure represents Kunigunda, a German queen. It is many centuries old and we are fortunate to have it on loan during the holidays from Zanya.

Also found in the Textile Gallery is a portion of Harold Cox’s Coca Cola toy cars and trucks collection. These vehicles are now made in Germany, France, England, China, Italy, Japan, and Mexico, as well as the United States.

As usual, treats, wine, and champagne will be served, featuring foods from Germany.

The event kicks off on December First Friday, Dec. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. and continues on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays until Dec. 23 from 12 to 4 p.m. The Errea House Museum is located at 311 South Green Street and the Tehachapi Museum is across the street.

For more information, call Charles White at (661) 972-0958.

First Fridays have become a popular event of fun, refreshments, hospitality and shopping are available at the participating venues.

Gallery ‘N’ Gifts will be featuring ‘Artists Unleashed’. Gallery ‘N’ Gifts is located at 100 W. Tehachapi Blvd.

Tehachapi Treasure Trove is located at 116 East Tehachapi Boulevard, right across the street from the water tower in Railroad Park. Featuring Toys for Tots.

Come see what is happening and join the fun, food, wine, conversation, and music by Art Larsen on Clarinet.

Tehachapi Museum & Errea House on South Green St. Treasures from our local mountains and around the world will be featured on First Friday. Stop by for refreshments. (See article on this page.)

Zanya Biviano's collection of art from her family's home in Germany.

Sheridan’s flagship store, located at 108 W. Tehachapi Blvd., will not be open this First Friday, Dec. 1. Instead we will stay open late Saturday, Dec. 2 for the Christmas tree lighting at The Depot Museum. Hot Chocolate and cookies will be served.

Tehachapi Christian Store at 108 E. Tehachapi Blvd. will be open First Friday 6-8 p.m.

Oak Tree Art Antiques Etc is located at 102 W. Tehachapi Blvd. (across from The Depot Musuem) a broad variety of items, refreshments and music. Open until 8 p.m.

 
 

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