NBC stuffing contest winner Ann Laye is making Thanksgiving turkey stuffing in a muffin tin. Why? Because everyone wants that crispy bit of turkey stuffing! Ann has realized she created something good when guests ate it all - no leftovers...
Try something new this holiday!! :)
And while you are cooking away, be careful - read these safety tips:
What's Shakin' Bakin'??
Items NEEDED for Bake Sale December 3rd
We NEED everyones help to make this a success....
Please BAKE, BAKE, BAKE!!! and BUY, BUY, BUY !!!
Baked Items needed for the Ringing In The Season Bake Sale sponsored by BUILD and the Royal Neighbors. The money raised by this bake sale will be donated to the Cass County CASA Organization(Court Appointed Special Advocate) to help children in the foster care program and the court system in our County. Please bring baked items to the Art Gallery between 9:00-10:00am on Saturday, December 3rd.
Mr. & Mrs Santa will be in the Gallery between 10:00AM-1:00AM
There will fun things for the kids to do as well.
If you know someone who isn't a BUILD member but loves to bake...please invite them to bring something to the sale or to shop the goodies for themselves!
- Nancy McManis
Ringing In The Season in Louisville
Saturday, December 3rd
Main Street Louisville, NE
· Hot Drinks @ Fire Hall 8:30am-2:30pm
· Craft Show @ Legion Hall from 9am-3pm
· Royal Neighbors Bake Sale @ Art Gallery from 9am-till gone
· A Night in Bethlehem @ Methodist Church from 10:30am-12:30pm
-Adventure through the marketplace of ancient Bethlehem, visit the stables with live animals and stop in to see Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus. Free will donation...Donations will go to the Louisville Food Bank.
· Santa & Mrs. Clause @ Art Gallery from 10am-1pm
· Sleigh Rides @ Home State Bank from 11am-2pm
· Kids Only Shopping @ Art Chicks from 12:30pm-3pm
- Lots of great items for the kids to get their Christmas shopping done!
Events going on all day:
-Angel Tree at Art Gallery
-Homemade Fudge Specials & Free Kid Ice Cream Cones at Blake’s Soda Fountain
-Plus lots more!
Supported In Part By Cass County Tourism
Louisville Angel Tree
Louisville Jaycee Foundation will once again have an Angel Tree at Home State Bank. The tree and Angels will go up on Tuesday the 22nd in the early evening.
Purchase the gift listed on the Angel, wrap it up and tape the Angel back on the gift and return to HSB before December 19th.
Thanks for all the support in the past and hope this year is a good turnout of supporters!
If you can't shop, cash donations are accepted and items like hats, scarves, undergarments, and personal items are great! Contact me if you have any questions!
"Journey Into Christmas"
at the Bess Streeter Aldrich House
Nov. 26-27, Dec. 3, 4, 10 & 11
Learn about the author's life and works, and see every room of the historic home decorated for the holidays! Enjoy complimentary refreshments and browse the gift shop after your tour. Admission is $5.00 adults, $3.00 children ages 6-12.
204 East F St.
Elmwood, NE 68349
Rental Hall Available with Table and Chairs
Havenmakers Place at 129 Main Street, Louisville 2nd Floor
Seating for 50+ people. Have your holiday event or meeting here.
Full Day $100.00 or $20.00 per hour.
Call 402-234-4663 to schedule your event.
Food ServiceGuests are welcome to supply their own food and beverages. Please take care to protect carpet and all surfaces from damage. Catering is also available upon request.
Jeanne Anderson 402-234-4663
We look forward to helping you host a successful event. Please let us know how we can help!
DECEMBER EVENTS AT ART CHICKS!
Ringing In The Season-Saturday December 3rd 11:30 and 1:00
Special Luncheon at Art Chicks-Call 234-2669 to reserve your spot. Gather your girlfriends for a fun day enjoying Louisville's Shops, Santa, Flea Market and Crafts!
Special Holiday Menu for the Month of December:
Unlimited Glasses of "Holiday Gifts" Iced Tea
Roast Beef Foccaccia Sandwich
Cranberry Pecan Salad
1920s Waldorf Astoria Red Cake
KIDS PARTY AT 2:30 with special kids menu featuring flower sandwiches, fruit kabobs, ginger drip and pink lemonade. Bring Grandma and all the generations can dance together. Kids shopping area with affordable presents for everyone on their list. Free Gift wrapping!
Chrismas Camp December 10th Learn how to do it all!
O.k. not really...but we will learn some tricks, short cuts and laugh the holiday stress away. Gather those women you know do too much and have a fun couple of hours away. Call 402-234-2669 to make a your plan to stop planning so much!
YES! Art Chicks does parties everyday! YES! We are available any day of the week. Yes! We can fit your budget from $8.00 per person to $15.00 per person. NOOOO! We do not have any rental fees! Yeahhhh! Make your holiday party planning easy. Call today.
Art Chicks is Hiring Fun and Fabulous People! If you don't mind dancing in front of strangers and turning them into new friends-give us a call. The job is a little like being a waitress, hostess, interior designer, and artsy, crazy woman. Position includes days, nights and weekends but flexible. All ages welcome. Hours will range from 20-40 per month.
Call Jeanne at
posted 11/4/2011 - 9:05am
Louisville Snow Removal - For fast snow removal of driveways and sidewalks call Curt at 402-689-3002 anytime.
How's About A New Friend?
Plattsmouth Animal Shelter has several animals for adoption
Butch: 3yr old Puggle, neutered male. Microchipped. Housebroken and good with kids. Has a lot of energy and wants to play.
Gigi: 2yr old Terrier/Silky mix, spayed female. Housebroken, good with kids. Needs a good grooming
Skip: neutered male Rat Terrier, about 1 1/2yrs old, very energetic, good with kids. Housebroken
Lilac Point Siamese, 1yr old spayed female, microchipped. Very beautiful kitty.
Lots and Lots of Kittens!!! 8wks to 16wks old.
(402) 298-8235 messages checked frequently
(Turkeys are getting nervous :)
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