What’s your Christmas story?

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    Courtesy photo Ellen Travolta, left, and her sister, Margaret.

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    Courtesy photo Ellen Travolta, left, and her sister, Margaret.

For the past four years, Margaret and Ellen Travolta have shared their special family stories as part of The Christmas Show at The Coeur d’Alene Resort.

Now, they want to share your stories.

This year’s production of “Christmas with a Twist” will have a segment featuring your stories told by the “Twist Sisters.”

Whether it is a memorable holiday moment, an irreplaceable Christmas gift, an unforgettable snowfall, a burnt holiday ham, or even that unexpected company you weren’t prepared to entertain, Ellen and Margaret want to hear your unique Christmas tales.

If your story is shared at this year’s show, you will receive a complimentary table for four on the evening of your choice as well as a keepsake recording of the telling itself.

All selected stories will be read on all scheduled nights of the show.

Submissions will be accepted Tuesday, Sept. 5 through Friday, Oct. 6 via email or postal mail.

Postal submissions can be mailed to: The Christmas Show, ATTN: Ellen Travolta, P.O. Box 7200, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814. Send email submissions to christmastwist@cdaresort.com.

Tickets for “Christmas with a Twist” are $27.50 per person and go on sale Monday, Oct. 9, and can be purchased at cdachristmas.com. The show kicks off Nov. 24 and runs every Thursday to Sunday through Dec. 17.

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