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Timberline Farm offers a wide variety of entertainment for the whole family to experience, from the corn maze, to hay rides, a fully functioning blacksmith shop and much, much more. Don’t forget that a portion of all proceeds goes to the St. Theresa’s Soup Kitchen in Belleview and the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center.
A safe and friendly environment is always guaranteed, so bring the Grandparents and the kiddos and celebrate fall at Timberline Farms. Call to schedule your group or click here (352)-454-4113.
An actual Pillar of Fire!!! Animals! Prophets! David’s Throne! Pharaoh! …From Adam all the way to the Ascension! We have quite an elaborate and refined telling of the whole story of the nativity (or at least as much of the whole story as we can fit on 7 acres!). Come early and walk thru the scenes with your family, or come later and drive thru together. Both offer plenty of time to read, listen, and see the different elements of the story of our Savior. There will also be a live band playing many old and new arrangements of the Christmas music that proclaims the story. Our Living Nativity Pageant will be on December 20th and 21st this year (Sat & Sun)
Walk Thru times are 6:00-7:30 | Drive Thru time are 7:30-9:00
Are you planning on attending? Join the Facebook Event page for updates.
Clean out those closets and put those useless gifts you have received over the years on Ocala4sale.com to make room for more
useless useful things!
As the saying goes…’One mans junk is another mans treasure’.
Like ReGiftmas’s Facebook page and share some of your favorite ‘regifting’ stories!
Want some tips on how to Regift the classy way? (Is there such a thing?)
Check out these pointers from a not-so-local news channel 9, Colorado!
Stay Classy, ReGiftmas!
At this hectic time of year, on-line shopping can be a convenient way to get your purchases made without having to face the mad rush of the mall scene. On-line sale are up almost 20% over last years sales*. It’s also the season for on-line scams….so buyer beware! Here are a few tips to help keep you and your money safe this holiday season and through out the year.
-Smart scammers can replicate a retail shops web page to steal your credit card info. Make sure you see the “https” in the address bar along with the locked padlock symbol, especially during checkout.
-If the price seems too good to be true, it probably is. You may receive a counterfeit version of what you ordered….or nothing at all.
-Call the company if you have questions or doubts. Also, check the email address of the company. It should match the name of the store.
-Make sure the email your receive is legit. Type the address for the store manually and verify the deal that’s being offered. Don’t click links in your email if you are not sure who its from.
-Holiday cards have gone digital these days and most require that you click a link in order to view the card. By clicking the link you may unwittingly download malware that could be used to steal your personal info. So again, make sure to verify who sent the email!
*Info gathered from TechCrunch post.