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JEH JEH LIVE - The Moss Rock Festival celebrates its 10th year! The festival is this weekend - November 7 and 8 - at The Preserve in Hoover. You can explore nature, eco-ideas, and art + design at Alabama's premier eco-creative festival. Innovation, imagination, and fun await 15,000 visitors under a blanket of fall colors at this idyllic neighborhood setting adjacent to Hoover's own 350 acre Moss Rock Preserve. Admission is free! Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. Take advantage of the free Parking & shuttle at the Hoover Met. For complete details, visit MossRockFestival.com or call 205-595-6306.
CLARE LIVE @ CHRISTMAS VILLAGE - Held annually at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, Christmas Village Festival is an Alabama tradition with deep roots not only in Alabama hearts, but in the hearts of customers all across the United States. Mothers and daughters, sisters, and friends begin their holiday shopping by meeting in Birmingham the first weekend in November to enjoy an amazing variety of gift ideas - all under one roof. While some shoppers make a day or it, others have decided that one day is just not enough time to take in the unique sampling of arts, crafts, and food. Over 700 booths! Photos with Santa! Food Court! Free Package Check Service! Even though we search throughout the year for exhibitors with quality crafts, in many cases quality does not necessarily mean expensive. Stocking stuffers priced less than one dollar may be found on the same aisle as a one-of-a-kind original watercolor. It runs today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. and on Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. For more information, visit christmasvillagefestival.com/.
TECH GIFT IDEAS - The Consumer Electronic Association, which has tracked consumer holiday spending for the past 22 years, is now out with the latest on what tech products people want to give and get this holiday season. More consumers than ever are planning to buy tech gifts this holiday season. Susan Kantra revealed what CEA expects to be the most requested tech gifts this holiday season:
5. Video game consoles
6. Digital cameras
7. Action cameras