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Holiday Extravaganza is Thursday

WORTHINGTON -- The annual Holiday Extravaganza will be hosted Thursday at the Historic Dayton House. The doors open at 4 p.m. and attendees can shop and eat from a wide variety of local businesses.

WORTHINGTON - The annual Holiday Extravaganza will be hosted Thursday at the Historic Dayton House. The doors open at 4 p.m. and attendees can shop and eat from a wide variety of local businesses.

“You will be able to find everything at the extravaganza,” said House Director Gretchen Ennis. “There will be clothes, shoes, home decor, holiday decorations, jewelry, make-up, men’s grooming products, unique gift items, lots of delicious food to sample as well as purchase and so much more!”

The first 250 people through the door will receive a reusable shopping bag imprinted with the Historic Dayton House logo.

Pre-sale tickets are available at The Beach House, Brown’s Shoe Fit, Classy & Sassy, The Daily Apple, Decadent Decor and Hy-Vee for $8. Those who purchase pre-sale tickets will be entered into a gift raffle. Tickets can be purchased at the event.

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