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LOCAL HOLIDAY EVENTS
• 10 cups popped popcorn • Salt, to taste • 3 tablespoons sweet cream salted butter • 3 1/2 cups mini marshmallows Sweet, salty, and delicious — this Grinch Popcorn will be popular with kids and adults alike at your “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” movie night. INGREDIENTS 1. Salt popcorn and set aside. 2. In a medium saucepan, melt butter on medium heat. 3. Add 3 cups mini marshmallows to pan and stir until melted. 4. Turn off heat. 5. Add yellow food coloring to the marshmallow mixture. 6. Add a small amount of blue food coloring to the mixture to get the perfect shade of Grinch green. GRINCH POPCORN Inspired by twosisterscrafting.com DIRECTIONS
FESTIVE FUN IN AND AROUND LOUISVILLE
Holidays are times to spend at home with your loved ones, but too many activity-free days can cause cabin fever in a hurry. Luckily, there’s no shortage of awesome events to get you out of the house and into the spirit. Here are a few of my favorites.
LIGHTS UNDER LOUISVILLE When: Seven days a week, beginning Nov. 16 Where: 1841 Taylor Ave. Louisville, KY 40213
• Yellow Wilton Color Right Food Coloring • Blue Wilton Color Right Food Coloring • Red M&M Candies
Billed as “the ONLY underground holiday light show in the world,” Lights Under Louisville gives you a chance to drive your own car through a network of underground passageways that have been illuminated for the season. You’ll have to turn your headlights off, but you won’t need them since the route features more than 3 million lights! Head to lightsunderlouisville.com for a full list of activities, ticket prices, event times, and more.
7. Coat popcorn with
FESTIVAL OF THE NATIVITIES When: Dec. 6–8, 6:30–9:30 p.m. Where: 6401 Westwind Way Crestwood, KY 40014
marshmallow mixture, to taste. 8. Spread coated popcorn on a prepared cookie sheet. 9. Drizzle remaining marshmallow mixture over popcorn. 10. Add 1/2 cup mini marshmallows and red M&M’s while popcorn is still warm. 11. Allow to cool; serve.
Just a short drive from the city, Crestwood’s Festival of the Nativities is a unique chance to see nativity scene displays from all over the world. Put on by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the festival features displays created in Asia, South America, and Europe. In addition to the incredible gallery, there are live nativity reenactments, concerts, activities for kids, and more Christmas cookies than you can eat. The best part is that it’s all totally free. THE BROWN-FORMAN NUTCRACKER Where: Whitney Hall at The Kentucky Center, 501 W. Main St. Louisville, KY 40202 When: Dec. 8–23 If you want to watch a show fit for the holidays, you can do no better than the Louisville Ballet’s version of the Christmas classic “The Nutcracker.” With jaw- dropping sets, beautiful music, intricate costumes, and dancers who seem to defy the laws of physics, it will melt the hearts of even the biggest Scrooges in your family. Visit louisvilleballet.org to buy tickets. Act fast if you’re interested; these shows consistently sell out.
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