OLDE TOWNE CHRISTMAS STROLL SHOWCASES LOCAL TALENT
Olde Towne Christmas Stroll is a longstanding Tullahoma Tradition, and we invite you to join us Tuesday, December 10 from 5pm – 8 pm. This free musical celebration takes place in Tullahoma’s historic district, and performance times and venues are below.
This year’s concerts features the Tullahoma High School Band and Singers, including the Aristocats, Tullahoma East Lincoln and Robert E Lee Choir, Clean Hands Ministry, Girl Scouts caroling, art exhibits and other music that will leave you with the spirit of the season. ” Tullahoma has great musical talent, and this is a fun way to sample some of the musical groups our town offers” said Mayor Lane Curlee.
The Historic Daves-Cublertson Funeral Home will have a community Tree of Memory Service? where guests can hang an ornament. They also will host Christmas music and an uplifting message by Reverend Jim Fields.
Participants are also asked to bring a new unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots or a non-perishable food item. These gifts can be left at any location. Just label the package Toys for Tots and arrangements will be made to take them to Fire Station 1 at 613 North Jackson.
TFAC will also have an art exhibit featuring Small Wonders 12 x 12 or smaller and the Nativity Scenes by Ann Smotherman. The United Daughters of the Confederacy (Chapter 327) and Sons of Confederate Veterans (Chapter 72) will be dressed in 19th century costume and mingling with visitors. Printed schedules will be available at TFAC and at City Hall during business hours on December 11. The schedule is also available on the city?s website.
Olde Towne Christmas Schedule
Fine Arts Center
Ann Baldwin Voice Students
Art Exhibit Small Wonders 12×12 or smaller
Nativity scenes by Ann Smotherman and students
Ladies and gentlemen in 19th century costume from the
United Daughters and Sons of Confederate Veterans chapters 327 and 72 .
South Jackson Civic Center
Peggy Burton Voice Students
Nutcracker paintings will be on display. Artists are in grades K-5 and students of Annie Rone.
Listen throughout the evening, at various locations for caroling provided by Girl Scout Troop 2163
Ganoe-Bussell Log Cabin open for viewing
Experience life in the 1850′s as you sip punch by a crackling fire.
First United Methodist
5:00 pm East Lincoln Elementary and Robert E Lee Elementary School Choir
5:30 pm FUMC Sanctuary Choir and Youth Singers
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Choir
Clean Hands Ministry
First Christian Church
6:00 pm THS Chamber Ensembles
7:00 pm West Middle Choir
Historic Daves-Culbertson Funeral Home
7:00 pm Wesley Heights United Methodist Church music ministry will present traditional Christmas songs.
Rev. Jim Fields of Wesley Heights United Methodist Church will deliver an up-lifting message of hope.
A community “Tree of Memory Service” to allow anyone to honor their loved ones by hanging a memorial ornament on our Christmas Tree.
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
5:00 pm Organ Music
Caboose Tours open for viewing
Tour our brightly decorated Caboose from a bygone era
Note: These hikes are led by TN Naturalist Program volunteers, sponsored by the Friends of South Cumberland.
Sunday Dec. 15.
Fiery Gizzard Sycamore Falls Hike Weather permitting, Meet at 1 PM at the parking lot of Fiery Gizzard/Grundy Forest. The hike will focus on the winter life and geology of the hike to Sycamore Falls (shorter if needed) and back. Moderate intensity hike of about 4 miles for preteens and adults. Led by Jack Furman, Tennessee Naturalist.