Highfield Hall Christmas

Highfield Hall and the stick sculpture glow with holiday lights.

Highfield Hall & Gardens will present its 13th annual Holidays at Highfield fundraiser on select dates from November 29 through December 20.

Nature is the guidepost for this year’s Holidays at Highfield event, inspired by “A Passing Fancy,” the natural Stickwork sculpture created by Patrick Dougherty and currently on view outdoors at Highfield.

Event stylist Rita Pacheco and her team return for their second year of holiday decorating at Highfield. Ms. Pacheco and her team worked in conjunction with Highfield’s new landscape director, George Chapman, to bring their their shared vision to life.

Holidays at Highfield’s gift gallery will host new and returning artisan vendors showcasing their goods with a wide range of products, from jewelry to rocking boats. The South Shore Hi-Railers Club is returning with its model trains, and Santa will visit on December 7 and 14 at 1 PM.

A special capsule performance of “The Nutcracker” will be presented by dancers from the New England Ballet Theater. Dancers from Cape Cod Ballroom Dancers will demonstrate popular styles of social dancing.

Refreshments will be available in Highfield’s country store. A variety of music and entertainment is planned throughout the event.

Admission for Holidays at Highfield is $10 general admission and $5 for members. Admission is free for children under 12, active military personnel and veterans. All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit Highfield Hall & Gardens.

Holidays at Highfield will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 4 PM, and Monday through Thursday from noon to 4 PM. Holidays at Highfield runs November 29 through December 8 and December 12 through December 20. Please note that the gift gallery and café will not be open December 12 through December 20.

Highfield Hall is at 56 Highfield Drive in Falmouth.

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