The holiday season is officially here and the joy of Christmas is filling the hearts and minds of people all over Hendersonville, North Carolina. Before the big, jolly guy brings his sleigh and reindeer to all our homes later this month, there are plenty of things to do around town to celebrate the season. Here’s your holiday guide around Hendersonville to get in on the fun.
Daytime Christmas Tours At Historic Johnson Farm
Get a sense of what Christmas was like in the late 1800s and early 1900s at one of the oldest brick structures in town. While you’re visiting, see their gift shop of Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists.
Tree Of Lights
Honor the memory of your loved ones on December 9. There will be musical tributes, guest speakers, and personal stories shared. The Tree of Lights event will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Winter Holiday Concert
The Carolina Concert Choir is presenting Lux, and a carol sing along with seasonal selections. The shows will be at Grace Lutheran Church on December 9 at 7:30 p.m. and December 10 at 3 p.m.
Holiday Double Cheer At Hendersonville Theatre
Check out Five Carols For Christmas and Jingle Jacks at the Hendersonville Theatre between now and December 18. Both shows are perfect for the entire family and feature a mix of classic carols as well as new tunes you’re sure to enjoy.
Holiday Tour of Inns & Cookie Caper
Enjoy a Hendersonville tradition – the annual Holiday Tour of Inns & Cookie Caper, where local historic inns open up their properties for the public to see. Get your ticket at the Hendersonville Welcome Center.
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A Christmas Memory
E. R. Haire will perform Truman Capote’s A Christmas Memory at The Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness December 16 through 18. The show is free, but seating is limited, so sign up as soon as possible.
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