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Under the Tree: A Century of Holiday Trees and Toys
Mercer Museum and Fonthill CastleNovember 24, 2014
East Court Street & Route 313
Doylestown, PA 18901
The exhibition Under the Tree: A Century of Holiday Trees and Toys is dedicated to the Christmas season and its decorations from earlier eras, 1860s to 1960s. A Century of desired toys and games from the past are showcased in addition to a variety of decorated Christmas trees from many decades. This annual exhibition features items from the Mercer Museum and from private collectors.
With or without Audio, this overall view of the Battleship NJ takes guests 5 levels up and two decks below. The Main Deck features an Exhibit/ Museum that encompasses the 48 years in and out of service. Guides are available for questions in the Captain's Quarters and CEC. Active Military, World War II Veterans and former Crew Members of BB-62 are asked to stop at the Box Office in the Battleship NJ Visitor's Center. Proudly inform our Ticketing Staff of your service to our Great Nation and receive a ticket to board the "Big J".Children 4 & under are free! Visit Box Office for complimentary ticket.
Blonde Redhead is comprised of lead vocalist Kazu Makino and brothers Amedeo and Simone Pace--siblings, who both have degrees in jazz from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. After a chance meeting at a restaurant in New York, the three decided to form a band. As the group started playing gigs and honing its sound, a distinct form of alternative dream pop started to emerge that was bolstered by Makino's unique voice. Shortly after, the band caught the eye of Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, who produced the band's first album. Since dropping its self-titled debut album in 1995 Blonde Redhead, with its eclectic sound, found success with an underground following.