Art of the nativity presented Saturday

Special Report
Over 150 beautiful, unique nativities from around the world will be displayed this Saturday, Dec. 2, in Louisville at the historic Abbot-Easterlin House, 801 Mulberry Street.  Attendees may drop in any time between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to browse the displays of these sacred scenes which have been collected from countries all over the world and have been created in many different mediums from ceramics to silks to wood.  The Louisville Garden Club, who is sponsoring this event, hopes to provide a true Christmas experience, for all who participate.
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $15 each or in advance for $10 each from Twisted Sisters and the Bookworm in Louisville or from the Orchards in Wrens or from any Garden Club member; tickets for children under 10 are $5.  All proceeds from this event will be used to help improve the Louisville community through a variety of club projects.
This Saturday, the Dogwood Cafe and the Home Fresh Bistro in downtown Louisville will be open and serving lunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. 
Sponsors for this event include the following:  the Book Worm; Taylor Funeral Home; Bargeron Realty Co.; Peachtree Pharmacy and Gifts; George E. Crouch Foundation; First State Bank; Twisted Sisters; Queensborough National Bank and Trust; Billy Valduga - State Farm; Abbot and Murphy Attorneys; Jones, Jones, Davis and Associates; and, W.B. Miller Louisville Store.