Tennessee Christmas tree farms provide acres of memory-making opportunities for families.
The popular holiday movie, A Christmas Story shows how times have changed in finding out what life is all about.
Experience the holidays as it was in the 19th century at Dickens of a Christmas in Covington, Tennessee.
Take cut trees to a local site to be turned into mulch for area trails, or put it in your pond to serve as a fish habitat. Balled-and-burlapped trees can be replanted.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in December 2011.
housands of lights, hand-lit luminaries and decorations adorn Chickasaw State Park with holiday cheer Dec. 10-12.
Warm your winter with cozy reminders of family and tradition.
As much as we love sausage balls and cheese logs, sometimes it’s good to think out of the box and supplement your menu with new ideas. These recipes offer just that – a fresh perspective on holiday eats.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in November 2011.
Bristol, TN candy-makers’ edible candy cane baskets taste as good as they look.
Cooking has been a lifelong passion for Anne Throneberry. She learned to cook at her grandmother’s elbow in the tiny community of Rockvale.
Baked custard recipe comes from Fentress County woman’s German family.
Bristol Motor Speedway may not seem like the place to get in the holiday spirit, but don’t be fooled.
Civil War buffs can go back in time at the Buttonwillow Church Civil War Dinner Theater.
Historic Rugby celebrates Christmas with Victorian flair.
All signs seem to point that Santa Claus is a farmer during his time off from flying around the world giving out toys.
Nothing says “Merry Christmas” like a bright red, blooming poinsettia grown right here in Tennessee.
What makes us put giant plastic holiday candles on our front porches, or 8-foot Santas hooked to electric fans and tied down like dirigibles?