Christmas events continue

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Woodbury's season of festivities continues Saturday, Dec. 7 with the Lions Club's annual Day of Christmas.
The day gets off to a festive start with a pancake breakfast with Santa at 7 a.m. at the Lions Club Building on Lehman Street.

That's followed by the annual Christmas Parade which starts at noon and winds up on the Woodbury Square.
The day concludes with a Cannon County favorite, the Lions Club Tour of Homes starting at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at the Lions Club Building, 630 Lehman St.

Seven homes from across Cannon County are included in this year's tour and are listed in alphabetical order:

1. Junior Brandon's home, 1309 Burt Burgen Road.
2. Russell and Shannon Davenport, 500 Lonesome Dove Lane (just past Riverside Cemetery).
3. Junior and Tashau Ferrell, 3148 Cherry Springs Road (Short Mountain)
4. The Corners, Bob and Karen Ford, 1990 Readyville St., in Readyville
5. David and Karen King, 350 Olive Branch Lane (Bradyville)
6. Jackie Prater, 108 Auburntown Road (Woodbury)
7. Joe and Teresa Tate, 1860 Readyville St. (Readyville)

All stops have a Lion's Club sign at the location. Maps are available at the Lions Club Building.

For those of you wanting to celebrate Christmas "My Way," the Sinatra Holiday Musical revue of "Christmas, My Way," opens Friday, Dec. 6 and runs through Dec. 21 at The Arts Center.

The music of "Old Blue Eyes," Frank Sinatra, will be performed by Todd Turney, Tiffany Sweeley, Scott Willis and Chloe Madigan.

The concert features 40 pop and holiday songs made famous by the "Chairman of the Board," including special arrangements of hits like "Mistletoe & Holly,” “Christmas Song" and "I'll Be Home for Christmas."

Ticket prices are $30 and dinner plus the show is included in the price. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. Table seatings will be assigned in order of paid reservations. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Arts Center box office at 615-563-(ARTS) 2787 or 1-800-235-9073 and are available online at



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