If you want to add more Christmas decorations to your house but don't want to break the bank, then don't worry because Joe from The Home Depot had some great tips. Also The Geeky Mom has do it yourself toys for small children.
This coming week is the last official weekend to get all of your holiday shopping done, and if you waited to the last minute don't worry. Head over to The Mall Of Abilene this weekend for their Holiday Open House.
In the spirit of giving the Dyess We Care Team and Friends For Life organization are teaming up for their own gift drive. While providing a great Christmas for children is important they are asking the Big Country to help people with intellectual and physical disabilities for Christmas.
Treat yourself this holiday season to a new hairstyle. Avanti Hair Salon and Spa has all the trending hairstyles for the season.
Day 3 of 12 Days Of Local Shopping; CC's Discounts has unique items for everyone on your list. From shoes, toys, clothes for women and men and shoes you are guarantee to find something. Plus they are having a $200 giveaway.
From their catchy billboards, Eat More Chicken,to their friendly cow mascot, and of course their long lines at the drive thru, its easy to spot Chick-Fil-A everywhere
During the holiday season,it is always very popular to see the nutcracker. A beautiful and traditional ballet,but if you have already seen it, and want more holiday performance. Then you're in luck because the Patty Harper Dance Studio is putting on their seventh ballet; Once Upon a Christmas eve, but it's more than just a typical ballet.
The Abilene Women's Club is hosting a Christmas high tea party, and is inviting the public to attend.
A holiday tradition here in Abilene since 1982 and it starts tonight. The Wylie Baptist Church is hosting their 32 annual living Christmas tree, where choir members sing and stand on a thirty foot steel tree.
Day 3 of 12 Days Of Local Shopping; find unique and homemade gifts this holiday season at the Market In Clyde.
If you are looking for some company for the holidays, head over to The Humane Society and adopt Chris and Chloe.
Add some beautiful decorations to your home this holiday or to your friends and co-workers homes. To Make it look perfect, the mental health association has the ideal holiday center piece for you to buy.
Day 1 of the 12 days of local shopping; Redneck Chic Gifts & Boutique offers different options for Christmas gifts for any of the ladies in your life. Also if you are shopping for teachers and coworkers you can also find them a gift here.
The Alliance for Women and Children are hosting their first ever art show for their A-Teen middle school girls program. All of the artwork on display will be for sale, and all the money raised is going right back here into the Abilene community.
Get ready for the hilarious Christmas classic, the play The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. This holiday staple is sure to bring you lots of laughs and your favorite Christmas carols.
The Baird community may be a small town, but they are doing big things. After a few years of no village display, the Chamber of Commerce decided to bring the beautiful display of twinkling lights back in their community and into the hearts of everyone in the big country.
Enjoy the Abilene Philharmonic withe former NFL tight end and Super Bowl Champ Ben Utecht.
This holiday season be the angel in some child's life. You can make a difference by helping The Salvation Army this year with their angel tree program, but the deadline is approaching fast.
The View Fire Department will be hosting their 10th annual Chili fundraiser this weekend. It is also the first year that all the supplies are being donated.
If you know someone that would like to become more cooking savvy, then head over to The Texas Star Trading Co. to get the book Texas on the Table.
It is important to see Santa Claus early enough to make sure that he has your children's full Christmas list. Why not make it a little more special for your family and eat breakfast with Santa, because at First Christian Church you can.
Love And Care Ministries has been helping the Abilene community for many years. Everything first started in the back of a pickup, and now they help with financial assistance, clothing, and provide over three hundred and fifty thousand meals annually.
Dr. Tracey wants people to give back this Thanksgiving season in different ways.
The Salvation Army Prepares for Thanksgiving Meal tomorrow.
During the holidays it can always be a little chaotic with lots of family members in town. Its important to remember your host, give them the perfect gift to help them unwind at the end of the day; with a Serenity Soapworks gift basket
With the cold weather creeping up on us and as we get closer to winter, stay warm this holiday season with unique crochet hats, scarfs, baby booties. You name they do it
With Thanksgiving being only three days away, it is a perfect time to reflect on what we are thankful for this thanksgiving.
This Thanksgiving you can be thankful for another thing, adopt a pet from the Taylor Jones Humane Society this holiday season.
Have you ever been stuck with this problem; your children have the day off from school but you as a parent have to work.Well don't worry because there is one place in Abilene to solve your problem KidsHub.
Being able to walk out our front door everyday is something we do without even a second thought. For some people it may not be that easy, which is why the Texas Ramp Project is helping some become more mobile.
This holiday season get your family members and friends a gift that is truly from the heart and something you hand made.
Kristie Carpenter. The Blended Family Mom said how it takes time for blended families.
Dr. Tracey Brown told us all about the L.O.F.T. and the Divinely Designed Women's Workshop that she will be be leading.
Joe Welsh joined us in studio to talk about how to create your dream kitchen.
Dr. Price gives some tips on how to prevent rabies and how to spot it.
Oldham Lane is preparing for this years Fall Fest.
An event on Sunday helps promote healthy living among young children, and fight against obesity.
Kristie Carpenter, The Blended Family Mom, discusses what it takes to avoid hearing people rather than listening to them on Monday's episode of KTAB 4u.
The Blended Family Mom: The Importance of Listening
ArtWalk: Thanks for the Memories
Potosi Baptist Live Simulcast with Beth Moore
Coleman 9/11 Memorial Service
Enjoy a family fun morning to honor a fallen Hero.
The Blended Family Mom says that 100 percent is the new 50/50.
Daughters of The Nile
SSG Michael Murphrey 5K Memorial Run/Walk
Halftime Sports School Year Event
American Cancer Society: Upcoming Events
The Blended Family Mom: What are You Passing To Your Family?