'Tis the season to deck the doors and halls of Carlisle!
A BELOVED HOLIDAY TRADITION in Carlisle is the annual decoration of wreaths in collaboration with the Council on Aging. The event has two parts:
Baubles and Bows Workshop will be held Thursday, November 19, at the Sleeper Room of Carlisle Village Court (145 Church Street), from 7:00 to 9:00 PM -- or any part of that time you can manage. We'll make wreaths for Carlisle Town Hall and Police Station, as well as bows and bauble picks for the COA Wreath-Making Workshop.
For the workshop on Tuesday, December 1, we’ll join Carlisle seniors to create the final product in the basement of St Irene’s Church, 181 East Street. Setup begins at 8:00 AM and wreathmaking runs from 10:30 to 11:30. Again, come whenever you can.
This Tartan Holiday Wreath is shown in the 2015 White Flower Farm holiday catalog.
We hope to see you there...
INVITATIONS HAVE GONE OUT and plans are afoot for the holiday party. If you haven't replied, dig out a recipe that inspires you and come share the cheer! Holidays are a great time to catch up with your favorite Carlisle gardeners. So warm your heart in this festive fireside season with food, friends and fun. Date is Sunday December 6 at 6 PM.
Questions? Call Deb Van Walsum at 978-254-5813.
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