Welcome To Our Holiday Home Tour & More

It’s that time of year, and we’re excited to share our free special holiday home tour with our entire community. We hope you enjoy the tour, and please consider supporting us this holiday season. And know that it’s your generosity that enables us to continue bringing you all of the wonderful exhibits, classes, programs and community events through the year.

Again, we appreciate your generosity and Happy Holidays!

Christmas is Magical at the Marshall Home

Memories, tradition, and the pure joy of family gatherings bring the magic of the holiday season to Kathy and Mike Marshall’s home in Glen Riddle. “Christmas is magic,” Kathy says, and she has spent over 30 years collecting special holiday items to make it over-the-top festive. The holidays are a time to celebrate together for the Marshall family, with Kathy honoring her late father every year with love. “My dad is Santa,” she remembers. The pair would dress up every Christmas in their Santa outfits to deliver food and gifts for local charities and organizations. Let’s take a tour with Kathy as she shows us the whimsical magic of the season, and let the festive spirit of Christmas wrap you in a warm hug.

Enjoy the tour!

And More…

Crafting A Holiday Centerpiece

It’s true, every great holiday table begins with a centerpiece. Take a look as Virginia Pappas shows you how to create a wonderful holiday centerpiece for your table.

Vodka and Latkes

Longtime friends Rina Thaler and Jamie Albright celebrate a Hanukkah tradition by showing you how to make four yummy martinis and how to pair them with latkes for a festive holiday.

Decorating Your Mantle For The Holidays
Be inspired as Amie McCaslin of Salt & Co shares some great ideas and tips for getting your mantle ready for holidays.
Vote For Your Favorite Tree And Help Support Us

Don’t forget to vote for your favorite decorated tree in our Trees for the Arts holiday contest. You can view all 13 creatively decorated trees on the walking trail of Winterfest of Lights located at Northside Park (200 125th Street, Ocean City) now through January 1st. Each of this year’s trees have been decorated by local businesses, non-profits, and individuals.

To vote for your favorite just scan the QR code located next to the tree on your walk along the trail or click on the link below to see all this year’s trees and cast you vote. Each vote is $1 and you can cast as many votes as you’d like with each vote benefiting the Art League of Ocean City!