Nursery a Christmas spectacular

  • Monday, December 2, 2013 2:24pm
  • Life

It’s one-stop shopping for Christmas trees, Santa, decorations and a spectacular light show at Falling Water Gardens annual open house from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

The Monroe nursery, which specializes in landscape water features, will have more than 80,000 lights synced to Christmas music.

The kids can have photos taken with Santa and the gang, you can select a fresh-cut locally grown Christmas tree, and find ornaments and other holiday decor in the gift shop. Light refreshments and hot drinks will also be served at this free event.

Falling Water Gardens is at 17516 Highway 203, Monroe. Call 360-863-1400 or see its website, www.fallingwatergardens.com, for more about the nursery.

Herald staff

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