Garden center embraces the winter with festival and sale
November 29, 2013 by Max
Gulley Greenhouse and Garden Center is presenting a Winter Festival this weekend, offering an assortment of activities that the entire family is sure to enjoy. Most likely, flyer printing was one tool used to promote this special seasonal event to people in this community.
During this winter festival, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy outdoor hay rides, a class on cookie decorating, a course on how to make snow globes, face painting for the children, and a visit with the Santa Claus. This year, there are more than 50 vendors available for the shopping convenience of attendees, and they will offer a selection of craft items, fine arts, an assortment of foods, and some great holiday gift items.
As a bonus, Gulley Green house and Garden Center will be offering a selection of holiday items with up to 75% off their marked price. Some of these items include soaps, candles, jewelry, poinsettias, and fairy gardens, making it the perfect time to pick up gifts and cross some of the more discerning people to buy for off the shopping list.
The Gulley Greenhouse and Garden Center Winter Festival is free to attend and will be taking place tomorrow, November 30, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the center, which is located at 6029 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins, Colorado. To learn more about this festival, please visit the center’s website or call it at 970-818-7950 during its usual business hours.