Join Laurelwood and The Community Legal Center on November 15th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mercedes-Benz of Memphis for the final catwalk. Don’t miss your last chance to see the live fashion show by Laurelwood Shopping Center up close and personal! They will also have food, delicious drinks, a silent auction, a wine pull where
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This is the perfect time to get those Christmas presents crossed off the list at an art reception for Hayden Hall hosted by HOUSE, Blue Moon Bedding and Rhea Crenshaw Interiors. This event will be at HOUSE on November 15 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is free. Come check out some beautiful paintings!
All aboard for Saddle Creek’s 2018 Holiday Kick-Off! Join them for an outdoor screening of The Polar Express. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and come dressed in your most festive pajamas. Get your golden ticket and sleigh bell for a train ride around Saddle Creek. Enjoy complimentary hot chocolate, write a letter to Santa,
This yearly event benefiting Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital runs all December long at the Pink Palace Museum. Fun for family members of all ages, this winter wonderland brings the holiday season to life with its cast of animated characters in a snowy “Enchanted Forest.” Witness elves at work and penguins at play, and enjoy a special
Unwind after hours and cozy up around campfires. Get competitive with that special someone when you challenge them to new and old games like The Oregon Trail, Exploding Kittens, Uno, Candyland and much more. Fire pits and lawn games for enjoyment, lounge area inside Sara’s Place, live music with MovieNight. Tickets for members $12/non-members $15
The ninth annual Red Boa Ball, at the Memphis Botanic Garden, is an event that features a cocktail reception, seated dinner, dancing, a live and silent auction, and a jewelry pull provided by James Gattas Jewelers. Last year, the Red Boa Ball was named one of Memphis’ Best Parties by the Commercial Appeal, and it
Join Mary Claire White at Falling Into Place on November 18 at 4 p.m. for a hands-on and behind-the-scenes look at how she makes her scented, soy wax candles. Students will also try their hand at making three scented candles. Enjoy complimentary wine during the workshop and 10% off a Falling Into Place purchase. All
Join the Thanksgiving Day tradition at the Memphis Hungry Turkey 5K Run/Walk at Shelby Farms Park. Everyone gets a cinnamon roll at the finish line and the satisfaction of knowing that they got out of bed and ran on Thanksgiving Day, which means a guilt-free smorgasbord later! Registration fee is $36.99 until it increases on
Presented by International Paper, Starry Nights is a family-friendly holiday experience with drive through and walking trails of lights and displays plus magical Mistletoe Village! This event is the largest annual fundraiser for the Park, and it’s a holiday tradition for thousands of families. They will be closed on Monday, November 26. And hours run from
Scheduled for November 22, 2018, the 30A 10K, has already been named one of the top five Thanksgiving race events in the nation and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities in the South Walton area, which spans the Florida panhandle and is a popular destination anytime of year, but for race participants,
Eclectic Eye is hosting a “Paw-liday” donation drive, benefiting Memphis Animal Services, that will run November 5 through December 24. All donations can be dropped off at the store during business hours. To see the full list of items needed, check out their website. eclectic-eye.com
‘Extension’ aims to reveal a spectrum of contemporary approaches to print media with an emphasis on self-publishing. Works on display in the Mallory/Wurtzburger Galleries range in scale, edition size, and material, from repeat-printed yardage to pocket-sized zines. Featuring works by Abigail Lucien, Ricardo Vicente Ruiz, Daniel Leudtke, Liz Ensz, Emmy Bright, Yumi Sakugawa, Walls Divide
The Dixon will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day with a selection of Jean-Louis Forain’s striking press illustrations of the Great War. With more than 200 war cartoons published in weekly and daily newspapers, Forain became the spokesman for the common soldier on the Western Front and the main theatre of war approximately located between
Origami in the Garden will begin on September 21 through March 24. This is put-on by International Paper, Speer Charitable Trust, Goldsmith Family Foundation and Belz Family Foundation. This is an exhibit of 17 outdoor sculptures and 3 indoor. The unfolded cast wall hangings will be on display throughout 31 of their gardens. This collection
Join Memphis Botanic Garden for the lighting of the City of Memphis Christmas Tree for the very first time. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the tree lighting is scheduled for approximately 6:15 p.m.Tickets are reserved with timed entry, so they encourage advance ticket purchases! memphisbotanicgarden.com/tree-lighting-ceremony
Kick off the holiday season at The Peabody with an all day event that begins with the morning Duck March, followed by local choirs singing holiday classics and ending with a special performance by the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Stick around after the evening Duck March to see Santa and Mrs. Claus light the Peabody Christmas Tree
Holiday Wonders at The Garden opens Friday, November 23, and runs on select nights through December 30 at the Memphis Botanic Garden. This holiday event features three distinct areas, each with a different theme and all filled with festivities! “Snowy Nights” is an outdoor, interactive and family-oriented venue. “Trees Alight” light show extends to the
Novel welcomes Nashville illustrator Mary Reaves Uhlesfor a special holiday storytime on Small Business Saturday, November 24 from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. She will be reading her book ‘A Tuba Christmas’ and the book will also be available for purchase as well. novelmemphis.com
With affordable gifts by local artists, this holiday pop-up market offers unique, handcrafted pieces by regional fine artists. Here, you can score gifts for all sorts of people on your list, with jewelry, gifts and art, all crafted from glass, metal, wood, fiber, clay and more. This annual event is hosted by ArtWorks Foundation, a
Come join the 5th Annual Bartlett Holiday Market held in the Banquet Hall of the Bartlett Station Municipal Center in Bartlett, TN. They are a one-stop shop for all of your holiday needs with over 60 local vendors on Small Business Saturday. There will be unique decor, crafts, holiday items, handmade items, and so much more.
Night Life for Methodist Hospice is a one-of-a-kind, up-close and personal concert event experience. This year’s event features singer-songwriter and Country and Americana star, Margo Price, most notable for her award-winning albums Midwest Farmer’s Daughter & All American Made. Proceeds from the event will benefit Methodist Hospice to provide quality, hospice care to every patient
Taste of Hope is the American Cancer Society’s signature culinary, wine, and spirits event, featuring some of Memphis’s most popular restaurants and beverage vendors. Guests can enjoy a walk-around tasting where they can sample signature dishes and beverages, while also enjoying an exciting silent auction and other entertainment. Individual tickets start at $65 and you
This landmark exhibition at Memphis Brooks Museum of Arts offers a rare focus on 20 of O’Keeffe’s depictions of Hawai‘i from a nine-week sojourn in 1939 while on commission to produce images for a Hawaiian Pineapple Company promotional campaign. This event runs through February 24. Hours run from Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.,Thursday and
Be a part of the grandest holiday parade in the region! Join in the fun on America’s most iconic street as they ring in the holiday season with marching bands, steppers, twirlers, floats, and all sort of sights! Event begins at 4 p.m. on December 1. Admission is free and open to the public. bealestreet.com/memphis-holiday-parade/
Pack your shoes for the home of the blues! The St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend is the single largest one-day fundraising event for St. Jude. Join the run this December and do more with your race. This event will take place on December 1 in Downtown Memphis. The races + prices vary. stjude.org
Make your list and check it twice! Then grab your tickets to Saddle Creek’s Shopping with Santa Paws night! Enjoy valet parking and gift wrap for any items purchased during the event, plus a reusable shopping tote and holiday cocktails while you shop. Tickets are $20 with all proceeds benefiting Streetdog Foundation. Sponsored by Doc’s
Visit Vera Bradley in the Shops of Saddle Creek for Photos with Santa Clause! Pets are welcome, as long as they’re current on vaccines, friendly, and on a leash or in a carrier. Please don’t wear green, as their photographer uses a green screen. Event is free.
Grab your friends and family and start a new holiday musical tradition. The Memphis Symphony Orchestra will be putting on a sparkling celebration of the holiday season, featuring some spectacular talent from the Memphis musical community. The Saturday show runs from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and the Sunday show runs from 2:30 p.m. to
This year, Hilton Memphis is presenting a New Year’s Eve experience with live entertainment, balloon drop, hors d’oeuvres, and a might champagne toast. The festivities will begin at 9 p.m. on December 31. Tickets start at $65 for general admission. eventbrite.com
Party with the whole city at a rockin’ New Year’s Eve bash, blues-style! Throughout the night, celebrate with live music, fireworks, food, drinks and more — and be sure and stay for the Hard Rock Cafe Guitar Drop and countdown to midnight. Ring in 2019 in Memphis’ signature style. Festivities start at 10 p.m. bealestreet.com
The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville returns for its 29th year, February 1-3, 2019 at the fabulous Music City Center in downtown Nashville. This year’s theme is “A Passion for Home” and includes an incredible lineup of speakers including Faith Hill, Ray Booth, Bobby McAlpine, Leslie Rascoe and more! Tickets are $20 before midnight on