This November TCM will hold their second annual Yuletide Tour of Homes. The tour will be on November 15th, 16th, and 17th. Tickets can be purchased here!
The “Jingle Mingle” Cocktail Party will be held Friday, November 15, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. and will feature music and a selection of wines and hors d’oeuvres.
The Fa La La Luncheon is scheduled for Saturday, November 16, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This year’s theme, “Fa La La Llama,” will offer a fun ambience that will serve as the backdrop for a delicious lunch, complete with homemade soup, salad, breads, decadent dessert and iced tea or coffee.
This year we will also have a Raffle of a Christmas quilt. The quilt is a of a contemporary Christmas poinsettia design. Tickets are 1 for $5, 3 for $10 and 8 for $20. The drawing will be at the close of the Tour on Sunday and the winner doesn’t need to be present to win.
FAQ can be found on our website under the Yuletide Tour of Homes tab.
Halloween is upon us! It is time to celebrate and enjoy the candy (just not too much). Here is a list of 4 easy costumes your child can wear this halloween.
1. Frida Kahlo
This is a pretty easy costume. All you have to make is a flower crown. Put together some floral clothing, a skirt, and a scarf or shawl around their shoulders. Use makeup to connect your two eyebrows, and pose like a true artist.
2. Mario and Luigi
This is great for a pair of siblings, friends, or a parent and child. Throw on some overalls, add a letter to your hat, pin on the buttons to your overalls, and pencil on a mustache! voila! You are Mario and Luigi.
This one requires buying a black morphsuit. They are fairly easy to come by online. But on the black morphsuit and layer normal black clothing on top. Now you are a shadow! If you prefer not to use the morphsuit you can just wear solid black clothing.
4. Troll Dolls
This one requires some tights, a nude leotard, hairspray, and some hair color. Tease up the hair as high as possible and spray it with easy hair spray paint.