GLADSTONE — The weather may be chillier, but there’s still time to head out to Atkins-Johnson Farm & Museum, 4109 NE Pleasant Valley Road, for events.

Now through Dec. 10, the last exhibit of the season, “Holiday Toys,” is on display. The museum is showing the annual display of vintage toys on loan from local collectors.

On Dec. 10, the historic site will be buzzing with Christmas cheer.

First up is Photos and Cookies with Santa & Mrs. Claus. This event is noon to 3 p.m. There’s a chance to purchase a digital photo with Santa. Plus, there will be spiced cider and cookies available in the traditionally-decorated farmhouse.

Second, starting at 7 p.m., there is a free Holiday Night program. The evening includes outdoor caroling by the Dickens Carolers, holiday crafts, a holiday luminary trail, bonfire with roasted chestnuts, spiced cider, a writing station to write letters to Santa, selfie stations and a guest appearance from Santa.

For more information, visit or call museum manager Marye Newman at 423-4107.