Holiday tours at Two Rivers Mansion and 1802 House at 3130 McGavock Pike in Donelson will be Dec. 9-15 from 1-5 p.m. As an added attraction this year, a gingerbread house contest will take place, and tour participants will be asked to vote on their favorite in three categories, including children younger than 12, teens from 12-17 years old and adults 18 and older. Cash prizes of $25, $50 and $75 will be awarded Dec. 15 to the winners. Tours are $10 for adults and $5 for children, and Friends of Two Rivers members will be admitted free as part of membership.

DECEMBER 13-14 and DECEMBER 20-21

Winter Wonderland will be Dec. 13-14 and Dec. 20-21 at J. Travis Price Park in Springfield. Enjoy the unique event that will mix old and modern. Santa will visit with families in the historic cabin—one of the oldest buildings in Robertson County that has been used as a home, law office and even a distillery. This event is the only time the public can enter the cabin. It will feature free admission, a free petting zoo, winter scenes and lots of lights and decorations. Follow the candy cane trail through the candy cane forest to see a variety of decorations, lights, winter scenes and reindeer stables for family photo opportunities. Feed the petting zoo animals with animal food vending available. For more information on this and other department programs and activities, visit and click on Parks and Recreation or call 615-382-1655.


The Hermitage Community Center behind the library has bridge each Monday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. There’s no charge, but attendees should bring their own lunch. New players are welcome.

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