At the school house, people can make Christmas recitations and compete in a spelling bee, among other activities.
At the Litler Cabin, people can make gingerbread cookies and learn how settlers made Christmas toys.
Milton Voss will make rope at the White Barn.
People can stop by the Mott General Store and see how things were ordered from the Sears Catalog and enjoy some fruit cake.
Craig Van Kooten will get a fire going at the Blacksmith Shop to make some Christmas items.
The Buxton House will feature caroling with the organ, bread baking and charity baskets.
Finally, you can use a quill and ink to make Christmas post cards at the post office.
“Dress warm — these are old buildings,” Halbert said. “Dress for inclement weather.”
Two local businesses contributed to the event. Musco sponsored the event and Clow Valve decorated the Coal Creek House, Halbert said.
A free-will donation will be taken so the historical society can hold another Old Fashioned Country Christmas next year, Halbert said.