Make it a Hoen’s holiday and decorate your own wreath

. November 18, 2020.
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Hoen’s Garden Center is offering the chance to put your own handmade spin on a Fraser Fir wreath.

Holiday Wreath Workshops will be held at Hoen’s on Tuesday-Thursday, December 1, 2, and 3, and Monday-Tuesday, December 7 and 8. Each workshop will be held at 6:30pm.

Participants will get the chance to add evergreens, twigs, berries and pine cones, all supplied by Hoen’s, to a Frasier Fir wreath. Make it as loud or as simple as you want!

The workshops will cost $22 if participants want to decorate an 18-inch wreath, or $26 for a 24-inch wreath. Both sizes fit most doors. If you want to add holiday ribbons or other sparkling additions, those extras can be purchased the day of the workshop.

Attendance is limited to maintain social distancing. To register, visit eventbrite.com.

Hoen’s Garden Center
1710 Perrysburg Holland Rd., Holland
419-865-6566 | hoensgardencenter.com

 

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