The Roberson Mansion’s Annual Holiday Celebration
| November 26, 2019
The Roberson Museum and Science Center, annual
‘Home for the Holidays’ is now on display. Executive Director Michael Grasso joins us to talk about the Christmas forest and all of the music and crafts that are part of the celebration.
Photo credit: Roberson Museum and Science Center
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