Friday, December 7, 2018 10:32 AM
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 7:44 PM
Last year, The Christmas Haus Gettysburg had the honor and privilege of hosting Resl Lenz artisans, Gitti Kirmeier and Pökki Landersdorfer. We all had so much fun, we are doing it again! Besides being in the store, November 1st through 3rd, Gitti and Pökki will also be teaching The Art of a German Ornament Maker class at the Adams County Arts Council.
Monday, October 1, 2018 8:57 AM
We are excited to announce on Saturday, October 13, we will be hosting a charity Bingo event to support the Baltimore Street Historic Pathway Revitalization Project. The event will take place at the Gettysburg Fire Department Social Hall. All prizes are being provided by The Christmas Haus.Read More
Thursday, May 31, 2018 2:10 PM
Thursday, May 31, 2018 2:07 PM
The Christmas Haus, a New Oxford destination for 16 years, will begin sharing a portion of its sales to help in the relief of victims of Hurricane Harvey. From August 29-October 14, 10% of the gross sales from the store will go to hurricane relief. Additionally, The Christmas Haus will collect donations for the cause from people who do not make purchases.
Located at 110 Lincoln Way West, New Oxford, The Christmas Haus offers authentic German traditions in its 3 buildings. The opening of their new Gettysburg store on 13 Baltimore St. has been delayed because they are awaiting ten 130-year-old pharmacy display cabinets that are currently in a warehouse in a Houston suburb. Because the status of those cabinets is unknown, the Gettysburg location will open with temporary displays Wednesday, September 6th. The store’s hours in Gettysburg will be 10 am-5 pm Sunday-Wednesday and 10 am-9 pm Thursday-Saturday.
Ten percent of the sales from the Gettysburg store will also go toward hurricane relief during the same period.
Statement from owner Roger Lund:
"Our hearts go out to the people of Texas who are suffering through unprecedented flooding and damage from Hurricane Harvey. We know only too well the pain of being displaced and what that does to your family and loved ones. After our devastating fire in 2010, we were displaced for a year and a half. The support of friends and community made all the difference in our recovery and we will be forever grateful. In an effort to 'pay it forward' and help the victims of Hurricane Harvey, 10% of our net sales will go to a charity to help the victims over the next 45 days. In addition, we will be collecting donations from people who do not make purchases to help as well. As needs and infrastructure become more defined, we will also coordinate other relief efforts. When we stand together as a community and as a nation, as we help each other and stand with each other, we are building a better and stronger country."