Bedford Life is almost here

Friday, November 9, 2018

The fall issue of "Bedford Life" magazine will be included in this Sunday's edition of the Times-Gazette, and it's chock-full of stories, photos, recipes and calendar listings for the upcoming holidays.

Here are just a few of the highlights:

We visit Wendy and Bryan Morton at their historic home in Flat Creek. The couple has a love for animals, both the ones they see at their veterinary practice in Lynchburg and the dogs and horses at their farm.

Calvin King of Shelbyville creates one-of-a-kind wooden miniatures, beautiful and lovingly-crafted works which would no doubt bring top prices ... if he ever decided to sell them.

Unionville cook Andrea Bolden sticks with her tried and true Christmas recipes, some of which she's shared with both local and national publications.

The annual "Wreaths Across America" observance places holiday wreaths on the graves of those who served -- but it needs your support.

You'll also find 27 different recipes for holiday entertaining, and a complete rundown of holiday events such as the Christmas Parade, A Celebration Christmas, the Festival of Trees and the New Year's Eve dance at The Fly.

Your first chance to see this 40-page, full-color magazine will be this Sunday, so be sure to pick up a copy of the Times-Gazette if you're not already a subscriber. The magazine will also be available various places around town throughout the season.