“Just hear those sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling too. Come on, it’s lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you.”
If you couldn’t tell, we’re snuggled up by the fire, drinking some peppermint hot chocolate and dreaming of sugar plums—reading this month’s issue of Hendersonville Lifestyle, of course. Thanks for joining us!
The holiday season is one perfect for community. Whether you’re shopping locally for holiday presents, getting into the giving spirit by volunteering around town or donating to children and families less fortunate, it’s the most wonderful time of the year to get involved in Hendersonville holiday happenings.
As you flip through these pages, pay close attention to the spirit behind the articles and don’t forget the real purpose of this season—to celebrate those around us, to be thankful for what we have and to give back to those in need.
Happy holidays, Hendersonville. We’ll see you next year!
Correction: In the November issue of Hendersonville Lifestyle, the feature story “New Community Brings New Life To Small-Town Living” incorrectly spelled two of the Durham Farms’ builders names. The correct names are David Weekley Homes and Lennar. We regret the error.
ON THE COVER This Christmas tree is at the entrance of the Hendersonville Arts Council at Historic Monthaven. The tree was completed in conjunction with Christmas Tree Elegance & Auction where 5 trees will be decorated by local and nationally known designers, judged and then put in a silent Auction. Photography By Rick Murray