To reserve a tree for the 2019 Holiday Tour season or for more information on creating a tree with your family, club, or school visit, please download and submit the registration form via fax or email. The deadline for registration forms is November 8th.
On public display for the first time is a charming private collection of chalkwares to be discovered on display at the National Historic Register Wilson-Warner House. Don’t miss this petite display included with admission for the fall and Christmas seasons.
Come marvel at the wonderfully diverse collection of artworks created by members of The Artists’ Exchange of Delaware on view at the Historic Odessa Foundation.
Explore the Collins sharp House as our costumed interpreters capture the flavors of authentic 18th century hearth cooking. Savor the sights and aromas of mouthwatering dishes cooked over an open fire using the tools, recipes and techniques used in colonial Odessa. Admission is included in the general tour.
Meghan will guide you through a Vinyasa Flow (breath linked movement) class each Tuesday evening in the beautiful Visitor's Center, 201 Main St., Odessa. Beginners are always encouraged to try their first class here in our non-judgmental and welcoming community.
Meghan will guide you through a Vinyasa Flow (breath linked movement) class each Thursday morning in the beautiful Visitor's Center, 201 Main St., Odessa. Beginners are always encouraged to try their first class here in our non-judgmental and welcoming community.
We invite you to join us to view Christmas trees decorated to the theme from your favorite children’s book. This year’s Storybook Trees exhibit is located in Wilson-Warner House and will showcase decorated trees in its beautiful period rooms.
The National Historic Landmark Corbit-Sharp House will be marvelously adapted into scenes based upon the classic children’s novel, The Secret Garden, written by the English novelist and playwright Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) and published as a book in 1911. The celebration lasts from November 19th through December 29th, 2019.
This holiday season don’t miss the Historic Odessa Foundation’s renowned annual Christmas tradition of transforming one of their historic houses into an exhibition of classic literature.