Arts & Culture

Tullahoma Arts Center plans 40's themed Christmas Bazaar

REGIONAL NEWS | Tullahoma — Inspired by the events of World War II, the Tullahoma Art Center will host a 40’s themed Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 7 … which just happens to be the anniversary of the day Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.

“It’s meant to be a nod to that generation and time period,” according TAC Executive Director Pauline Steinbrink. “There will be period music and dancing, along with the option to dress up in clothes resembling that time.”

There will be live music by David Knox’s guitar students and Jenifer Howland’s piano students as well as live art demonstrations throughout the day. There will also be live ballroom dance demonstrations by Valerie Lorenz. And, of course, there will be lots of handmade gifts on hand to purchase.

“Anyone who makes things to sell is welcome to come and set up a table that day as well,” said Steinbrink.

The event takes place from 2-5 p.m. The TAC is located at 401 South Jackson Street. For more information for makers, contact them at 931-455-1234. For more info about the event, visit the event’s Facebook page. •

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