Enjoy story time on Dec. 15 and Dec. 22 at Rose Hill Museum, with readers telling the tale of how a young Cahoon daughter experienced the holidays with family and friends in the 1860s. The original story is written by Bay Village historian Kay Laughlin, co-author of the book, “Bay Village: A Way of Life.” Light refreshments will be served. Christmas decorations can be seen on all three floors of Rose Hill Museum, with Victorian trees and a special display of vintage dolls and toys, through Dec. 22. The Rose Hill Museum gift shop offers English tea cups, books and cookbooks and the much-sought-after ornaments depicting Bay Village landmarks. Everyone is invited to visit this great historic home and to feel the holiday spirit it conveys. Hours are from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and admission is free. Story time is at 3 p.m. Special holiday group tours can be arranged by appointment. Phone 440-871-7338. Rose Hill Museum is at 27715 Lake Rd. in Bay Village.