Ms. Cheap talked about virtual holiday events you and the family can enjoy while still staying safe.
On Tuesday, December 1 at 7pm, Lighting of the Green at Lipscomb University will be virtual but still featuring performances by Amy Grant, special guests and Lipscomb Academy and University choirs. For more information, go to www.lipscomb.edu_lighting-2Dgreen.
First Baptist downtown is creating a virtual version of Tuba Christmas, using clips from previous concerts and live commentary, that will live stream at 12noon on Tuesday, December 15 on the First Baptist YouTube channel. It will be archived to play later.
The Nashville Ballet will present a full-length televised production of "Nashville's Nutcracker" at 7pm on Wednesday, December 18 on NewsChannel5 and will re-air through the holidays. Go to www.newschannel5.com to learn more.
Nashville’s 21st annual tree lighting ceremony will be virtual at 6pm, Friday, December 4, on Mayor John Cooper’s Facebook page and on Metro Nashville Network – Comcast Channel 3.
The 12th annual Ms. Cheap Penny Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank. Donate online at http://shfbmt.convio.net/site/TR?px=1555307&fr_id=1323&pg=personal, or donate with a check to Second Harvest/ Penny Drive and send to 331 Great Circle Road, Nashville, 37228. For more information, visit www.secondharvestmidtn.org/pennydrive.
For Ms. Cheap's money-saving ideas, go to her website www.tennessean.com/mscheap and follow her on Twitter @Ms_Cheap.