Mr. Fezzywig's Victorian Ball
Join the Cambridge Social Dance Club for an unforgettable evening of dance and merriment from the Era of Dickens with reels, jigs, polkas and waltzes. With the help of the Ghost of Christmas Past you might even see Charles Dickens himself! Join in, learn to dance or just watch the fun! When the dancers pause for a well-earned rest, visitors can join in light refreshments. Brush off your coat-tails and come in your festive attire for an evening of fun and celebration. Costumes are optional, of course.
Plan to arrive in Guernsey County in the afternoon to explore the Dickens Victorian Village display in Historic Downtown Cambridge. The theme for the weekend is "Decked Out for Dickens". Join the fun as the historic district is transformed into a bygone era. Join volunteers and community members as the stroll "Out and About on Main" in costume.
Contact Harriette to make reservations-740-680-0714.
14250 Cadiz Road
Saturday: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Single Adult: 35.00
Dinner & Dance
Accepted Forms of Payment
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Fezzywig's Victorian Weekend
2 Days/1 Night Valid One weekend ONLY: November 16-17, 2013
Spend an unforgettable holiday weekend in Cambridge and enjoy the highlight of the season at Mr. Fezzywig’s Ball. You will love an evening of dance and merriment from the era of Dickens! This festive event features entertainment by the Cambridge Social Dance Club. And, with the help of the Ghost of Christmas Past, Scrooge himself just might appear! The evening will include dinner, a festive intermission spread, dancing (including traditional dance instruction, if you’d like), and a few performances of vintage dance that would even make Scrooge give a cheer! Also included in this unique package is a Carriage Ride around Historic Downtown Cambridge to view the unique Dickens Victorian Village Display, a tour of the Guernsey County Historical Museum featuring “Christmas as We Remember”, admission to the National Museum of Cambridge Glass, a Dickens goodie bad and more!