Every year the La Porte County Historical Society Museum presents a Holiday Theme. Come and have a stroll around the museum and take our Holiday Scavenger Hunt with you. Try to find all the Peanuts characters you can in our theme, “Good Grief! It’s Christmas!” On Saturday December 16th starting at 11 AM, the cast from “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” being performed this season at La Porte Little Theatre, will be caroling at the museum. Have your picture taken with the characters. It’s a great time to bring the kids and grand-kids and enjoy the displays. Cookies will be served that day. The period rooms at the museum are again decorated with the appropriate trees and ornaments for the decade portrayed. The Victorian Parlor is especially pretty this year! The Giese Church, a La Porte tradition for over 70 years is up and running. Come see the little church and start your own family tradition. Memorabilia from the movie “Prancer”, directed by LaPorte native John Hancock and filmed in and around La Porte County in 1989, has its own display this year. Costumes and props, as well as director’s notes are all being exhibited on the lower level of the museum. Come and remember the time that Hollywood came to stay in La Porte County. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM until 4:30 PM and is located at 2405 Indiana Ave. (Hwy 35) at the south entrance to LaPorte. Holiday Hours: The museum will be closed December 23rd, 24th and 25th, and December31st, January 1st and 2nd. The building is accessible to those with disabilities. call 219-324-6767 or visit our website at www.laportecountyhistory.org.