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Annual St. Nicholas Ball 2021

December 4 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

St. Nicholas Ball


HolidayFest TN is excited to announce our Annual St. Nicholas Ball 2021!

This lively event is a favorite and offers an evening of music, fun, and celebration all to support a great cause.

Guests will enjoy:

  • live entertainment by Pat Patrick Band,
  • a seated Christmas dinner,
  • a silent auction, and
  • even more fun surprises!

A great way to add a whole lot of FUN to your holidays!

Sponsored tables are a great way to treat your family, friends, colleagues, and office to a fantastic holiday treat!
Contact Lynda Evjen at holidayfestinfo@gmail.com for table pricing.

In addition, beautiful gingerbread houses from the Gingerbread House Contest will be auctioned off with proceeds benefiting Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center and
End Slavery Tennessee


Irlene Mandrell
Irene Mandrell is the youngest of the world-famous Mandrell sisters. Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters aired on NBC and in the UK, with over 40 million viewers.


Scott Couch
Fox 17 evening news anchor Scott Couch is one of the mid-state`s most experienced journalists.



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Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center 

The Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center (The MACC) is Sumner County’s first arts museum of its kind and is an inspiring addition to the Greater Nashville’s Arts and Museums community. Our mission is to collect, preserve and interpret local and regional art, and present exhibits of regional, national and international importance. History, arts, education, and community will remain an ever-present commitment to the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center. The MACC is located in the beautiful historic mansion on Gallatin Road in Hendersonville. Formerly known as Hendersonville Arts Council, it is being transformed into a magnificent art gallery and museum, and is set to become a destination in the region for those interested in the visual and performing arts.

Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center




End Slavery Tennessee
End Slavery Tennessee works tirelessly to advocate for human trafficking victims, educate communities across the state and the region, and inform legislators about the critical need to enact tougher laws so that traffickers are duly prosecuted. These important efforts have resulted in vigorous laws that make Tennessee one of the toughest states in prosecuting human trafficking violations. It also resulted in End Slavery Tennessee’s designation as the Single Point of Contact in Middle Tennessee for victim referrals.

End Slavery Tennessee





If you LOVE being a part of doing something GREAT, we invite you to join the St. Nicholas Society!

Apply today to join The Saint Nicholas Society CLICK HERE

Download the schedule of meetings and social events coming soon


Irene Calderon

Laurie Delk Chrittenden

Irene Erickson

Lynda Evjen

Jeanette (Jett) Heinz

Emily Helms

Beverly Cannon Jones

Dr. Lois Jordan

Heather Cole Leavitt

Connie Maynord

Carrie Marlin

Carrie Winters

Terrie Wood


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