The Chestnut Street Log House will be open on Sunday, Nov. 28, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a yuletide celebration.
Hot apple cider and other refreshments will be available for visitors touring the 1770’s era structure, which dates to a time when the area was known as Steitztown.
Additionally, the Friends of the Chestnut Street Log House will have items for sale as well as a gift raffle during the open house.
The Chestnut Street Log House is overseen by the Historic Preservation Trust of Lebanon County, which also maintains Light’s Fort and the Monroe Valley Chapel.
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