Early Ticket Sales Begin This Month for Women’s Fellowship Christmas Dinner

By Beth Herren

The Big Canoe Chapel Women’s Fellowship is excited to host a special ladies’ night, Christmas at The Tate House: Dinner and Tours, on Thursday, Dec. 8. The $65 ticket includes a three-course dinner, a tour of the mansion beautifully decorated for Christmas and a decorating presentation by The Tate House Christmas lead designer Paul Brummer.  Plan to arrive no later than 4:15 p.m. Guests will begin touring the mansion at 4:30 p.m. The Christmas Gift Shop will remain open until 6 p.m. for your shopping pleasure before and after your assigned mansion tour.  The dinner menu for the evening consists of Rosemary Mushroom Chicken, Field Green Salad, Glazed Carrots, Roasted Red Potatoes, New York-Style Turtle Cheesecake, tea, coffee and water.  Please be advised The Tate House also requires every guest to have a pre-assigned table reservation. More than one online ticket may be purchased to accommodate your guests. We will do our best to seat your guests at the same table. Ticket holders will receive further details regarding their reservations prior to the event date.  Make your plans now for a fabulous way to ring in the Christmas season with good friends! For more information, contact Sandra Gadd at WomensFellowship@bigcanoechapel.org. Tickets are non-refundable. Waitlist available after ticket sales close. Like all Women’s Fellowship events, all women are invited.

Open to all women, Big Canoe Chapel Women’s Fellowship is a welcoming community-wide organization whose activities enrich members’ lives and create a legacy of caring and giving in the North Georgia area.  It is never too late to join.  It is easy and there are no dues.  Everyone is welcome, you need not be a member of the Chapel.  For more information or to join, visit the Women’s Fellowship website. Follow us on our colorful and exciting Facebook page.

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