Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 29, 2010

Upcoming Tennessee winter festivals

CROSSVILLE — Mark your calendars for the following state-wide winter festivals. Please visit and click on ‘Events’ for a complete listing of events.

Now through DEC. 5

GREAT SMOKY ARTS & CRAFTS HOLIDAY SHOW – Gatlinburg Convention Center– Unique handcrafted Christmas gifts made by members of the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community. 800-568-4748,

Now through DEC. 31

CHRISTMAS IN THE CITY – Knoxville –Knoxville will dress for the holidays with lit trees, decorations, events and displays. 865-215-4248,

THE ELEPHANT SANCTUARY – Hohenwald at 27 E. Main St. is welcoming all visitors to their new Welcome Center on Wed., Thurs. and Fri. from 3 p.m.- 5 p.m. and by appointment. 931-796-6500

OPRY AT THE RYMAN –Nashville – The show that made country music famous returns to its most famous former home, the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville for a special wintertime run. 800-SEE-OPRY,

SING ME BACK HOME - A JOURNEY THROUGH COUNTRY MUSIC – Nashville –“Sing Me Back Home” is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's permanent exhibit. The self-guided tour tells the story of country music from its pre-commercial roots in the 19th century through its vibrant life in the 21st century. 615-416-2001,

Now through JAN. 1

DOLLYWOOD’S SMOKY MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS – Pigeon Forge – Featuring special holiday shows and more than 4 million lights and award-winning holiday entertainment. 800-DOLLYWOOD,

ROCK CITY’S ENCHANTED GARDEN OF LIGHTS – Rock City Gardens, Chattanooga – More than 30 holiday scenes and more than a million lights transform the gardens. Enjoy gingerbread cookie decorating, hot cocoa and nightly entertainment. 800-854-0675,,

DECK THE FALLS – Ruby Falls, Chattanooga – Celebrate the holidays 1,120 feet underground. Features holiday music, holiday light show and Ruby Red Christmas. 423-821-2544,,

TITANIC’S CHRISTMAS IN A WINTER WONDERLAND – Pigeon Forge- REAL snow – at the Titanic every Friday and Saturday. The snow is part of the museum’s “Christmas in a Winter Wonderland,” which is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the lives of the 2,208 passengers and crew of the Titanic. 417-334-9500,

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    Spring has arrived on the Cumberland Plateau. Preparations for the annual spring concerts of the Cumberland County Community Chorus are in full bloom under the direction of Marty Gibson with Ann Looney accompanying.

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    Entering the Adventure Theater, the audience finds a two-story house with rooms on both levels. An attic area at one end can be shut off from the rest of the house. The audience already knows the story.

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    The Curtain Call Dinner Theatre is inviting you to travel back with them as they take a step back in time to 1928 and join the Mob sendoff which is about to take place for the late Vito "The Gut" Marzetti, who was gunned down in a gangland slaying.

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    Music’s in the air this month at Uplands Village, and the grand finale is not to be missed.

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    Do you remember the lyrics from the Judds' song "Grandpa, Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days." They go something like this, "Grandpa, tell me 'bout the good old days. Sometimes it feels like this world's gone crazy. Grandpa, take me back to yesterday when the line between right and wrong didn't seem so hazy."

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    At 7 p.m. on April 4, an evening of magic and illusion is coming to Crossville! Stone Memorial High School will be the site for Abracadabra! It’s Magic! — an evening of spellbinding and hilarious entertainment for the entire family. For one night only, six of the world’s greatest magicians, illusionists and comedians will astound and amaze you. They are Tom Vorjohan, Stephen Bargatze, Jason Michaels, Robert Jones, Tom A. Gibson and Jason Murphy.

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  • Cumberland Jamboree turns seven

    The longest running musical show on the mountain kicked off its 2014 season March 1 at the Palace Theatre in downtown Crossville. This year the Cumberland Jamboree will return to its roots. In celebration of seven years of successful shows, all seats, except the first eight rows, will be free to the public once again.

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  • Dinner and a show supports St. Jude

    A dinner, show and country dance benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Fair Park Senior Center will be held at the center Saturday evening, March 22. Dinner will be at 4 p.m. The show will start at 5 p.m. and conclude at 8 p.m.

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