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Judie Burns (R) of IC Greenhouses, carries some frosted garland for customer Tara Byle of Kincardine at the IC Greenhouses Christmas open house which began Friday and continues Saturday (today), from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., just east of Highway 21 on the 6th Concession of Huron-Kinloss
Julie Jessop (L) and Kathy Allen of Kincardine are fascinated by the delightful Christmas ornaments available at IC Greenhouses, during the open house Friday
It may be cold, windy and frosty outside, but it's warm and cozy inside, surrounded by the magic of the season, at the annual IC Greenhouses Christmas open house.
A huge crowd turned out for the event which began Friday and continues Saturday (today) from 10 a.m.
It is definitely worth the drive to see the many festively-decorated Christmas trees, delightful ornaments, wreaths and greens, containers, planters, centrepieces, and so much more.
Enjoy refreshments, enter your name in a draw, and get 10% off all purchases during the open house.
IC Greenhouses is your headquarters for holiday decorating, inside and out. Open now to Dec. 21, Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also find IC Greenhouses on Facebook.
Reide Searle (L), 4, and her mother, Kasey, of Kincardine, check out the Christmas ornaments
Donna Fitzgerald (L) and Kristi Van Rooyen wait on customers at the IC Greenhouses Christmas open house
Ida Piel (L), owner/operator of IC Greenhouses, shares a laugh with customers Joan MacKay and Marge MacDonald of Ripley, in the refreshment area at the open house
Sofia Piel, 3, of Ripley stands among the brilliantly-decorated Christmas trees in red and green at the IC Greenhouses Christmas open house Friday
Cuyler Liddle (L), 5, of Ripley, and his great-grandma, Irene Liddle, also of Ripley, find some of their favourite Christmas decorations
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Friday, November 08, 2013