It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially in Hendersonville. Cooler weather, colorful decorations, carolers singing, holiday gatherings—these are just a few of the unmistakable signs that the holidays will soon be upon us.
Tim Pagliara is a passionate man. He never does anything halfheartedly. Since becoming interested in mountain climbing, he ascended to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro 10 times and hiked to the base camp of Mount Everest. Since becoming interested in boating, he became a Coast Guard 100-ton Master Captain who routinely pilots ocean voyages. Since becoming interested in helping a…
Everyone loves a good celebration, and there is no better time for one than New Year’s Eve. There is no shortage of available entertainment options in and around Hendersonville, including attending local parties, reveling in downtown Nashville and spending the evening at home waiting for the ball to drop in Times Square.
Years ago, I worked for a large printer that produced a variety of publications, including magazines. While printing was interesting, I often found myself daydreaming about what it would be like to be the person behind the content.
There are few things that are more eagerly anticipated in Hendersonville each year than sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. The delicious tastes and aromas of turkey, dressing and desserts transcend the day, evoking memories of holidays past.
Since 2007, the Indian Lake Loop has been a Thanksgiving Day tradition for Hendersonville-area families. Featuring a certified, timed 5-mile race as well as an untimed family-friendly 5K run/walk, the Loop has something for everyone. The Loop provides a great opportunity for families to get in an early morning workout before hitting the dining room table later in the day.
The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony for Tennessee Pediatrics and Just 4 Kids Teeth at their new offices at 410 North Parrish Place in Hendersonville on July 27.