Curl up on the couch this weekend with some hot chocolate and a holiday film.
Tune into The Vacation Channel, channel 6 on local stations, this coming Saturday and Sunday nights at 8 pm for the heart-warming holiday movie “A Christmas Snow.”
Then, check out a www.aChristmasSnow.com to print out a coupon for 10 dollars off the Branson stage performance! The live on-stage rendition of the movie will be performed throughout this holiday season at Branson’s Starlight theater. The play will star the original movie cast. Log onto the website for more information and showtimes.
Here is one viewer’s account of the movie: “AChristmas Snow is a must see movie that deals with the outward and inward problems we all experience in our daily lives. It is a fantastic story about life’s mistakes, forgiveness, self reflection, family and the inner working relationships of each of these areas. Not being a professional movie critic, but, dealing with my own life problems and those of many friends and family, I can honestly say that this is a life changing movie. Whether it changes your life for moments, hours, weeks, months or a lifetime, it WILL change your life.”
In the midst of his very busy schedule here in Branson, Missouri,
Terry the Tour Guide set aside several minutes to explain to us why he is thankful this holiday season…
“I’m thankful as ‘Terry the Tour Guide’ that I live in a wonderful clean, safe town & I have been so blessed to work day & night for the last 32 years with amazing people.”
I’m thankful for my favorite Thanksgiving dish- my mother-in-law’s eggnog pie!
(Yum! We may have to make that in our TVC office one day!)
How about your favorite Thanksgiving day tradition, Terry?
“It has always been when we’re all together as a family & this started with my mom, you had to be at her home for Thanksgiving!
After she passed away we have ALWAYS had it in our home for the whole family.”
Last, but not least, what is Terry’s favorite thing about being apart of Branson?
- It’s about family. Even if some people aren’t your real family, they feel like it.
One final “thank you” from Branson’s one and only Terry the Tour Guide…
Note from Terry
We had a great time on Friday, November 11, at Branson’s 78th Annual Veterans Day Parade! The streets were packed with Veterans from all over the US, along with their families and friends. In an atmosphere of gratitude and humility, it truly was a wonderful parade and enjoyed by hundreds of people.
Here are pictures we snapped in the midst of the excitement:
If you would like to revisit the fun of this year’s Veterans Day Parade, then give us a call at (417) 334-1200 to order your DVD! They are only $10 and was beautifully narrated by Janet Ellis from KRZK Hometown Radio’s Steve & Janet in the Morning.
The Brooks Brothers are set to perform a live concert this Sunday, November 13, 2011, at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Branson.
Bill and Randy Brooks from “The Promise” will perform once more in Branson before they move away from the area. The Brooks Brothers will join Allen Asbury, vocalist from “Gaither Homecoming”, on stage at FBC. The event is free and open to the public.
Come and enjoy a night filled with wonderful music and your last chance to hear The Brooks Brothers live in Branson!
First Baptist Church of Branson is located at 400 South Sunshine Street in Branson. To reserve tickets, call (417) 334-7437.
On Saturday, October 29, The Vacation Channel participated in the Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society Mini-Golf Tournament in Branson. All proceeds went to the Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society.
Pet owners and lovers came to support the Humane Society with a $10 donation that entered participants into a drawing for two round-trip AirTran tickets to any destination. There was a bounce house for children, face painting and a silent auction!
Here are Pongo the Cowboy, LuLu the Pumpkin and Marley the Ballerina
dressed for the costume contest.
Pongo was this year’s costume contest winner!
The Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society adoption center is located at 2837 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and is always looking for new volunteers! The Humane Society to date has had over 180 pet adoptions. For more information, call (417) 337-7387.