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Grammy Museum Mississippi presents

Stronger Together: The Power of Women in Country Music

Through December 13

Grammy Museum

Cleveland, MS

Stronger Together: The Power of Women in Country Music will take visitors on a journey through the history of women in country music, from the early years and post-World War II, to the emergence of Nashville as a country music mecca.  For more information visit grammymuseumms.org or call 662-441-0100.

Cedar Hill Farm Christmas Tree Farm

Through December 20

Cedar Hill Farm

Hernando, MS

There is no admission to the farm during Christmas! You just have to pay for your tree, the hayride is free! Tree prices are $9.00/ft – Cypress & $10.00/ft – Blue Ice, for our choose & cut trees. The prices vary based on height for the pre-cut shipped in Fraser Firs. For more information visit  gocedarhillfarm.com or call 662-429-2540.

Florida George Line’s May We All: A New Country Musical

Through December 20

Playhouse on the Square

Memphis, TN

Streaming and in-person tickets go on sale now. For more information call the Box Office at 901-726-4656 or

visit playhouseonthesquare.org.

Winter Arts 2020

Through December 24

The Shops of Saddle Creek

Germantown, TN

The South’s Premiere Holiday Artists’ Market presents its 12th annual showcase of exceptional & unique hand-crafted works by our region’s finest artists. For more information visit winterartsmemphis.com or WinterArtsMemphis on Facebook.

Bass Pro’s Santa Wonderland

Through December 24

Bass Pro Shop

Memphis, TN

Enjoy the magic of Christmas with Santa’s Wonderland inside Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid. Stop by to visit Santa, have a photo taken with Santa and complete a Christmas craft. For more information visit

basspro.com.

50 Nights of Lights

Through December 31

Cleveland, MS

Over 100,000 lights will transform Cleveland, Mississippi into a winter wonderland this holiday season. Join us for lights, Santa, music, shopping, dining, and more.  For more information visit 50nightsoflights.com.

Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees

Through December 31

The holiday season is a time of celebration, and never more so than at the Museum of Science & History – Pink Palace. The Museum is embracing the theme “CELEBRATE” throughout its programming in December. Leading the way is the annual Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees

exhibit benefitting Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. For more information visit memphismuseums.org.

Southern Lights

Southaven, MS

Through January 3, 2021

Celebrating 20 years. Every night benefits a different

charity. For more information visit

www.visitdesotocounty.com.

Van Gogh, Monet, Degas & Their Times

Through January 10, 2021

Mississippi Museum of Art

Jackson, MS

For more information visit msmuseumart.org or

call 601-960-1515.

Illuminating the Word:The St. John’s Bible

Through January 10, 2021

Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Memphis, TN

Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible presents the story of the book’s creation, exploring the relationship between faith, art, and the written word.  The exhibition features more than thirty original unbound folios, including illustrations for the scriptural accounts of Creation, Esther, the Genealogy of Christ, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. For more information visit dixon.org or call 901-761-5250.

Willie Mitchell and the Music of Royal Studios

Through September 5, 2021

Grammy Museum Mississippi

Cleveland, MS

The legendary studio that was instrumental in shaping the sound of Memphis soul will be celebrated with a new exhibit. The exhibit will tell the story of the iconic studio—one of the oldest in the world that continues to operate today—and the late Willie Mitchell, who ran the studio and produced many artists on its label, Hi Records. For more information visit grammymuseumms.org or

call 662-441-0100.

Tupelo Community Theatre presents “Elf The Musical”

December 3 – 5

The Lyric Theatre

Downtown Tupelo, MS

For more information visit tupelomainstreet.com.

31st Holly Springs Christmas Tour

December 4 – 6

Holly Springs, MS

Tour 3 beautiful homes decorated for the Christmas

season, the Yellow Fever Martyrs Church Museum, and

local historic churches. Tickets are $20 each for

individuals and groups up to 9 and $15 for groups of 10 or more. There will be lots of interesting sights to check out from the gorgeous houses to gift shops and bazaars. For more information visit marshallcountymuseum.com or

call 662-252-3669.

DeSoto Family Theatre presents “Peter Pan”

December 4 – 20

Landers Center

Southaven, MS

Broadway’s timeless classic musical whisks you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up! Limited number of tickets available. To purchase tickets visit dftonline.org or call 662-470-2131.

Cookies with Santa

December 6

Gale Center

Hernando, MS

Cookies, cocoa, crafts and Santa Claus! $3 – 12 and up (includes adults).  Children under 12 get in FREE! For more information visit cityofhernando.org or call 662-429-9092.

Methodist Healthcare Luncheon Featuring Leslie Odom, Jr. Hosted via Zoom

December 11

11:45am

The Methodist Healthcare Luncheon will bring together healthcare leaders, patients, families, donors and friends for an inspiring, live virtual conversation with the Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer. All proceeds from the Methodist Healthcare Luncheon benefit the faith-based, healing mission of Methodist Le Bonheur

Healthcare. For ticket information visit

methodisthealth.org/luncheon or call 901-478-0704.

“A Christmas Carol” by Corinth Theater-Arts

December 11 – 15

Corinth, MS

The Corinthian Christmas Classic returns! Come see Dicken’s classic Christmas tale; tickets are just $10! For more information visit corinth.net.

Sip N’ Cider

December 11

Courthouse Square

Hernando, MS

4:00pm – 8:00pm

Visit area businesses to eat, shop, mix and mingle. For more information call 662-429-9055 or visit

hernandoms.org.

Sip and Shop

December 13

Senatobia, MS

1pm – 5pm

For more information visit tatecountyms.com or

call 662-562-8715.

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