We visit the Henderson Cultural Center
at Hunt Hill Farm to experience a unique country Christmas at the home of the late
Skitch Henderson, the original conductor of the "Tonight Show" band
and the founder of the New York Pops.
the grounds, visit a museum and build a gingerbread house in the center's
amazing cooking school.
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