Santa’s Coming to town Saturday, Dec.10 ON A FIRETRUCK.
YES, a Big Red Firetruck. Giving his reindeer the night off, Old Saint Nick is hopping on a fire engine and spreading some Holiday Magic throughout our neighborhoods.
The Big Jolly Elf plans to make 5 stops to sing with his elves (who DIDN'T get the night off) AND hand out treats to the children—big and small :-)
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Santa's Stop-Spots for Saturday, Dec. 10
1st Stop – (1-1:30 pm) Brook Hollow Baptist Church: 678 Brook Hollow Rd
Santa will swing by Belle Meade Links. Afterward he will drive down West Meade towards Post Road.
2nd Stop – (1:45-2:15 pm) Belle Meade United Methodist Church: 121 Davidson Rd. Afterward he will drive down Westover from Harding Academy to Parmer Park.
3rd Stop – (2:30-3 pm) - Belle Meade Links / Parmer Park: 578 Leake Avenue. Afterward he will drive down 70S, turn right on Vaughn’s Gap Road, then left on Melinda Drive to West Meade Park. We will swing through Lafayette and Lincoln.on the way to the 4th stop.
4th Stop – (3:15-3:45 pm) Carnavon West Meade Park: Carnavon Pkwy (turn in to the gravel parking lot).
5th Stop – (4-4:30 pm) St. Georges Episcopal Church: 4715 Harding Pike, in the church's small parking lot, facing Belle Meade City Hall
In case of bad weather, please check our website holidaylights23.com for altered plans and schedules.
A BIG thanks to Matt Lascara for the fire truck and chauffeuring Santa.
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Holiday Lights for Hope Contest?
IT’S NOT TOO LATE. You have until Dec. 14. Break out those lights, glitter, and unleash that Holiday Spirit. Click and Register.
On Dec.20th click and see all of the contestants in our Gallery of Holiday Lights, then at dark take a drive-by-break and witness the sparkle, glitter, and glow that was put on display by our neighbors. The TOUR of LIGHTS MAP will help you easily find them.
Another way to SHINE!
Hey Neighbors, here’s another way to SHINE hope into someone’s life. There are MANY who are without the basics, like shelter and food. We have witnessed this in our own city. If you have been looking for a worthy mission to support, please consider the Nashville Rescue Mission. I can think of no better cause.
– Councilman Thom Druffel
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