5 Tacky Holiday Sweater Party, St. John's Meeting Place, 5:30-7:30 p.m., admission is donation of toiletries or personal hygiene products to be given to residents of Mary Walker Towers Senior Assisted Living Community; sponsored by Chattanooga chapter of American Advertising Federation. RSVP to info@AAFChattanooga.com.
Do you remember those holiday disasters that, at the moment, seemed like an epic failure, but years later at another family holiday gathering the conversation starts, "Remember when?" What follows is belly laughter and fond memories as you recall those tense moments.
Arlene Rogers, a professed self-taught holiday decorator, says a trip to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., was her first real lesson in Christmas creativity.
Give up toys on Christmas? Are you kidding? What kind of brain-affected, disconnected, dopey dumbbell — to use words of the era — do you think I am?
MacDowell Music Club: First-Centenary United Methodist Church, 399 McCallie Ave., 10:30 a.m., musical program followed by Christmas luncheon.
• Faith Connection Church, 6857 Mountain View Road, Ooltewah; 10:30 a.m. Sundays, Dec. 1-22; Christmas Around the World services; free; 933-6986 or www.faithconnectionchurch.com.
During the Christmas season several years ago, a group of friends were sharing Christmas memories.
The holidays and party season are officially underway and here come the holiday celebrations where food is the focus.
Dr. Bob Coddington and his wife, Nan, were named Honorary Alumni of the Year during Bryan College's homecoming weekend. He is a retired orthopedic surgeon and trustee for Bryan College, and the two chaired the committee for the 2012 Bryan Opportunity Program scholarship dinner.
Q: Dad, what is your best advice regarding Christmas shopping?
Barbie is having a mid-life crisis.
Earlier this month, the Food and Drug Administration took timid, preliminary steps to eliminate most trans-fatty acids (TFAs) from the nation’s food supply.
Q: As a parent, what should I keep in mind when choosing toys this holiday season to avoid eye injuries?
The Creative Discovery Museum, 321 Chestnut St., will offer its annual Gingerbread Workshops starting this weekend.
Officials with the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, 241 Depot St. in downtown Blue Ridge, Ga., report they’ve gotten the go-ahead straight from the North Pole to start this season’s Santa Express and Night Train to Santa’s Pavilion excursions on Friday, Nov. 29.