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It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Go into any retail store and you will feel that you are already behind in buying gifts on behalf of Jolly Old Saint Nicholas.  As the retail industry sets you up to spend, spend, spend…I want to arm you with a secret feng shui weapon that will help you hold, hold, hold abundant energy in your home and bank account. I’m going to teach you to look for, identify, and shore up a major energy leak that most people feel but don’t know what it is or how to change it. I’m offering this info well in advance of Christmas as this remedy needs at least 30 days to take effect and I don’t want you to stress out during the most wonderful time of the year!

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Veterans Day Events

• The Jackson County Veterans Day Parade will be held on Thursday, Nov. 11, on Main Street in Sylva. Line up will begin at 2 p.m. at Mark Watson Park and the parade will begin at 3 p.m. 828.631.2231.

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Mental Health in Motion

The Haywood County Arts Council (HCAC) is honored to announce they are sponsoring three performances at their downtown Waynesville gallery by Mental Health in Motion starting Thursday, Nov. 4, through Saturday, Nov. 6, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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Pumpkin Spice Shortbread Cookies

Shortbread cookies are a traditionally Scottish “biscuit.” Unlike almost any other sweet treats, they contain no leavening — no eggs, no baking soda, no baking powder, no yeast. 

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Samhain and the History of Halloween

Halloween. The annual opportunity to eat too much candy, dress up however you please, channel your inner witch and maybe communicate with some spirits along the way. How did this miraculous day come to be?

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Family-Friendly Halloween Events

Looking for a family-friendly Halloween event in Haywood or Jackson Counties? See below for a roundup of events. Have fun and be safe! 

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All Souls Day

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor |

All Souls Day

Celebrated on the 2nd of November, this Christian holiday is about remembering the dead.  Now is a good time to think ahead about who we want to connect with in spirit.  The veil will be thinner, meaning you stand a pretty good chance of feeling their presence as so many people are channeling their energy directly for the expressed purpose of making a connection.  Let’s get this party started!!! 

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Bryson City Author Debuts First Novel

Bryson City author Renea Winchester will be reading from her debut novel "Outbound Train" at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, at Macon County Library in Franklin.

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DA Welch Adds Her Name to Survivor Car

District Attorney Ashley Hornsby Welch traveled to Henderson County this week to add her signature to those of other cancer survivors on a pink-wrapped squad car.

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