Lewes in Bloom 3rd Annual Christmas Market Set for December 3rd


centerpieceLewes in Bloom is holding its third annual Christmas Market at St. Peter’s Church courtyard on Saturday, December 3, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Unique, handmade centerpieces by Lewes in Bloom artists will be available for sale. They can also be pre-ordered on the Lewes in Bloom website ( www.lewesinbloom.org/shop ) and picked up at the courtyard that day. The photo on the website is representative of the centerpieces available, but the actual centerpieces may somewhat differ. Long-lasting evergreen wreaths, swags, and bundles will also be sold. Greens and wreaths are dipped in a preservative so they last. All proceeds will benefit Lewes in Bloom.

Many Lewes in Bloom members contribute their talents and resources to create the Market’s distinctive items. The long-lasting evergreens are carefully selected, and in some cases are cultivated in the backyards of members. Plants, pinecones, ribbons, shells, berries, and other details are selected and donated by members who handcraft each centerpiece and prepare the evergreens for sale.

Don’t miss this opportunity to adorn your home or business with distinct handcrafted items while supporting Lewes in Bloom.

Lewes in Bloom is a volunteer organization of more than 170 members. Each year its members volunteer hundreds of hours planting thousands of bulbs and plants throughout the city. It promotes the beautification and maintenance of Historic Lewes and the community at large.  It is dedicated to helping Lewes boost its attractiveness through a variety of efforts including historical preservation, environmental awareness, a children’s garden, floral displays, and more. With Lewes in Bloom’s assistance, Lewes won the America in Bloom Champions Award for small towns at the 2015 America in Bloom Symposium in Holland, MI. Information on membership and support can be found at www.lewesinbloom.org, or Facebook.


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