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Shady Lane Holiday Open House

Nov. 19, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Heidi Hornung

www.shadylanegreenhouse.com

262/251-1660

 

SHADY LANE GREENHOUSES HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

Two Weekends: Nov. 21-22 & Nov. 28-29

 

MENOMONEE FALLS, WI – November 18, 2009 – Shady Lane Greenhouses is holding their annual Holiday Open House on the next two weekends: Saturday and Sunday, November 21 – 22, and November 28 – 29, 2009, from 10 am – 4 pm on all four days. Select your Christmas tree and choose from hundreds of poinsettias in every color and size. Take a class in wreath making or outdoor arrangements. Shop at displays by Wild Birds Unlimited of Brookfield, Quarry Coffee of Lannon, Boerner Botanical Gardens Friends and Gifts, and Clover Street Bags. Enjoy the Midwest’s Largest G-Scale Model Train Display! Bring along your camera and take photos in the antique holiday sleigh or with the poinsettias. Free holiday treats and beverages for everyone.

 

Classes are as follows:

Sunday, November 22 – 10:30 am WREATH MAKING $37.50

Sunday, November 22 – 1:30 pm OUTDOOR ARRANGEMENTS $30.00

Sunday, November 29 – 10:30 am WREATH MAKING $37.50

Sunday, November 29 – 1:30 pm CHILDREN’S “TREE-WREATH” CLASS $10.00

Saturday, December 12 – 10:30 am FRESH HOLIDAY CENTERPIECES $25.00

 

Open year-round, the Hornung Family has owned Shady Lane Greenhouses since 1973, growing along with Waukesha County. In addition to an outstanding selection of greenhouse and nursery stock, Shady Lane provides personalized garden services and excellence in landscape design. For over 30 years, Shady Lane Greenhouses has offered superior quality and expertise to gardeners in a tri-county area. For more information, photos or to arrange an interview, please contact Heidi Hornung at 262-251-1660.

 

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W172 N7388 Shady Lane • Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

262/251-1660 • FAX 262/251-1450

 

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