Up to five-hundred PAYING guests are expected at a wedding at The Governor’sMansion Saturday evening. The wedding is a reinactment of a ceremony stagedat Terrace Hill one-hundred years ago — in 1899. It’s a fundraiser for theTerrace Hill Society, the organization which raises funds for theVictorian-era home’s upkeep and renovation. Governor Tom Vilsack and FirstLady Christie Vilsack will attend. Cindy Peterson, the First Lady’sassistant, says some guests will come in costumes from the period.The couple portraying the bride and groom are the great-grandson and thegreat-great-granddaughter of the couple who was married back in 1899.Peterson says there’s lots of activity at the mansion.Guests are paying one-hundred-50 dollars each to attend the event. TerraceHill is a three-story mansion which was built in 1869.
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