Wondering what to do with the family this Christmas season? Want to have fun and create treasured memories without spending a fortune? Here are a couple of events which will help you to accomplish this.
This year is the 12th Annual Olde Fashioned Hendersonville Christmas Event and we are celebrating with the focus on the era of “It’s a Wonderful Life”. This fun-filled event occurs December 3, 2010 in beautiful, historic downtown Hendersonville, North Carolina, from 5pm until 9pm.
The Visitor’s Information Center will host an open house with an abundance of good cheer as well as refreshments. Other downtown merchants will also host open houses during this event.
The Olde Fashioned Hendersonville Christmas is fun filled for everyone in the family. Free carriage rides, free hay rides, free entertainment, and a visit from Father Christmas, what better way to celebrate the spirit of the warmest of holiday seasons.
Last year the entertainment was provided by very talented, local musicians. Featured were: Hendersonville Middle School Strings, Hendersonville Middle School Chorus, Hendersonville Middle School Jazz Band and the New Life Family Ministry. Who will entertain us this year?
Live From WVL Radio Theater: It’s a Wonderful Life presented by Flat Rock Playhouse at Historic Henderson County Courthouse on Main Street in downtown Hendersonville, North Carolina. This stage adaptation set in 1945 on Christmas Eve promises to be a perfect evening out and a reminder of the real meaning of Christmas, the giving of yourself. This play runs from November 19, 2010 through December 23, 2010. Tickets are $34 each. Additional information can be obtained by calling 828-693-0731 or 866-732-8008 or online at www.flatrockplayhouse.org.
These are just two of the many events and activities occurring in Hendersonville, North Carolina during the holiday season, for additional information and a more complete calendar, call 828-693-9708 or 800-828-4244, or go online to www. historichendersonville.org. Hope you have a special, fun-filled, memory making, blessed Christmas holiday season.