Mrs. Porter’s Cabin at Wildflower Woods, nestled in 125 acres of fields, woods and formal gardens along the shores of Sylvan Lake, will be open and decorated in accordance with the traditions of a 1917 Christmas. The site is the former home of Gene Stratton-Porter, one Indiana’s most widely read authors and one of the world’s first nature photographers.
Entertainment, holiday goodies, crafts and activities are sponsored by the Gene Stratton-Porter Memorial Society, Inc. Another special activity will be wagon rides given by the Noble County Draft Horse Association. Visitors will be able to ride a horse-drawn wagon from the parking area to the Cabin in Wildflower Woods.
Cost is $3 per person or free with a Rome City Holiday Town Walk ticket. Please call (260) 854-3790 or visit indianamuseum .org/stratton-porter for more information.