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Christmas Village, Nashville

  • November 16, 2014
  • By Sabine
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The Christmas Village is one of Nashville’s oldest and most prestigious consumer shows and charitable events. Merchants and shoppers from around the country gather for a weekend of holiday shopping. Christmas Village is a non-profit organization of volunteer women who have been committed to improving the community since 1961. This event has contributed over $9 million to the community, bringing significant benefit to thousands.Yesterday, my daughter and I had the pleasure attending this awesome event. Let me tell ya, I have never seen so many Christmas items in one place before. More than 260 merchants were there to offer fabulous goodies. They had jewelry, fashion, home décor, toys, art, beauty items, food, etc. There was something for everyone. One booth had chocolate covered this and that…. we kept coming back for more. Sooo delicious!White Chocolate Peanut Butter. Had no idea this even existed. My daughter loved everything. Here’s something else I didn’t know it existed. Cherry Almond Butter. I could eat this with a spoon. Cherry Republic, you rock!Is this Santa beard long enough for you?They even sold tree houses for around $4,000.Love this “simple” pillow.Cool rusty signs.Cheesecake Caramel Apples. What a delicious way to eat an apple.

What do you think? If you couldn’t come this year, Christmas Village 2015 is only 365 days away.

 

By Sabine, November 16, 2014
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