Southern Indiana Living

NOV-DEC 2018

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Nov/Dec 2018 • 21 Harrison County Lifelong Learning, Inc. 101 Hwy 62 W. Suite 104 Corydon, Indiana 812.738.7736 Adult Education classes High School Equivalency Testing Computer Education classes College & Career Preparation Accuplacer exam and remediation Test proctoring services Explore the Possibilities Improving your skills can take you places! vides the rest. Gingerbread houses are dis- played during the annual holiday home tour and "architects" can pick up their masterpieces after the tour. Kids will love Breakfast with Santa or a ride on the Santa Express. Book ear- ly, because this ride sells out every year. Gather at the Historic Broadway Fountain for Light up Madison and Fourth Friday on Nov. 23, when the beautiful fountain and downtown area are illuminated for the season. Visit with Santa in his cottage at the Main Street Comfort Station. This repurposed gas station serves as a rest- room and information facility for visitors. Other activities along Main Street include live music, free trolley rides and more. Take a carriage ride with Broomtail Carriage and see the lights and sights of Christmas in downtown Madison. And bring the kids for the Very Merry Madison Christmas Parade. This small-town tradi- tion, with a Macy's style personality, is a favorite with locals and visitors. The Handmade Market is a juried show filled with local handcrafted items. It is held on Saturday, Dec. 1, inside Little Golden Fox and offers unique Christmas gifts. The holidays wouldn't be the same without the customary production of Handel's Messiah. The Madison- Ohio Valley Community Chorus, Hanover Col- lege and the Louisville- Area Festival Orchestra combine to produce this moving musical event at Fitzgibbons Recital Hall at the Lynn Cen- ter for Fine Arts on the campus of Ha- nover College. This event is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. The holidays wouldn't be the same without the customary production of Handel's Messiah. The Madison- Ohio Valley Community Chorus, Hanover Col- lege and the Louisville-Area Festival Or- chestra combine to produce this moving musical event at Fitzgibbons Recital Hall at the Lynn Center for Fine Arts on the campus of Hanover College. This event is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. Visitors should come early and visit the downtown historic district shops and restaurants, all locally owned and oper- ated and filled with holiday cheer. Madison hosts many events throughout the year and is just a 60-to- 90-minute drive from Louisville, Cincin- nati and Indianapolis. • Check out all of the holiday festivities at www. visitmadison.org. Dates for this year's candlelight tour of homes are Nov. 23, 24 and 30 and Dec. 1. Tour hours are 5 to 9 p.m. on Fridays and 3 to 9 p.m. on Saturdays. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for ages 5-12. Presale tickets are $15, with the discount ending two weeks before the tour begins. Tickets can be purchased online at nightsbeforechristmas.com or by calling (800) 559-2956 (a $1 handling fee is charged per ticket). Tickets may also be purchased the nights of the tour at the Visit Madison Visitors Center, 601 West First St.

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