Christmas In Dixie

Christmas In Dixie

By Marla Jones, Reporter • (Photo by Kristy Gallagher)

FORT PAYNE, Ala. — By now in New York City, there is snow on the ground, but they still don’t have a Cook Castle Christmas like we do.

For the fifth year in a row, if you are one of the lucky ticket holders, you too can view the Christmas beauty of the Cook Castle that sits atop Lookout Mountain. On December 7 and 8 beginning at 5pm, Jeff and Lisa Cook welcome you into their home to enjoy one of the 35 decorated trees and have plenty more in store for these magical nights.

The night boasts entertainment from Canyonland, Me and the Girls, and just maybe a song or two from Alabama’s legendary Jeff Cook. With plenty of Christmas food and goodies in store, the night is expected to once again put you in the true spirit of Christmas in Dixie.

Southern Torch was invited to preview this special venue that sees people flock from across the nation and Canada just to view its beauty. We were treated to cooking lessons by Jeff and Lisa, along with a special tour of the house. A gallery of preview photos for next week’s event can be viewed below.

Cook Castle Events offers wedding packages, corporate parties, luncheons and tours. The castle is immaculately decorated and eager to host your event in true Christmas fashion.

Contact Stacey Clark at Cook Sound Studios at (256) 845-2286 for booking information.

All photos are courtesy of Kristy Gallagher.