Franklin’s nationally recognized Dickens of a Christmas, sponsored this year by Nissan, will recall the spirit of Christmases past when the Heritage Foundation throws its annual holiday celebration. On December 10-11, The Heritage Foundation will bring the historic town to life with the joy and charm of an old-fashioned Victorian Christmas. This year the event marks its 32nd anniversary and will feature both time-honored activities that have become perennial favorites, as well as a few new traditions in the making.
The Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade is always a community favorite. You can expect to see tractors, old cars & trucks, beautiful floats, cute floats, wacky floats, people dressed in crazy costumes, pigs, dogs, horses, donkeys, mules, horse & buggies, chuck wagons, horse drawn wagons and of course Santa. If you plan on attending, arrive early to avoid traffic congestion.
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year at the Fairview Christmas Parade! The theme this year is The 12 Days of Christmas.
Santa will be making his yearly, special trip from the North Pole to visit the Fairview Recreation Center. Come dressed in your favorite PJ’s to have cookies, listen to Santa read a holiday story, and take a picture with him. Parents, don’t forget to bring your cameras!
Inspired by classical television specials, “A Studio Tenn Christmas” is a holiday hit.
Songs titles of the show include “Angels We Have Heard On High,” “Christmas Baby Please Come Home,” “Santa Claus Is Comin To Town,” “White Christmas,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “O Holy Night,” “Run Run Rudolph,” “You’re A Mean One Mr. Grinch” and many more.
“A Studio Tenn Christmas” brings a cast of 10 singers who offer up a warm blend of merriment and nostalgia through music and banter with this years Christmas production.
With seats filling fast, get tickets now before its too late!
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