We haven’t had any more snow since the last dusting melted. Nevertheless, Christmas is fast-approaching. Even more decorations have been put out around town.
The township has changed the petunia planters over to festive greenery.
I love the addition of the Teasel painted silver.
I’m going to keep it in mind for next year, because it’s certainly easy to get in the fields around here. It’s one of those plants that always makes me think of my childhood, because it was plentiful where I grew up.
The town has also switched the Canada flags out to Seasonal banners, and added some star-shaped lighted decorations to the poles in the “downtown”. They look very pretty lit up at night.
The covered-up decoration I showed the other week has now been uncovered. It says Joy, as I suspected, but I didn’t know there was a little nativity scene in the centre.
The Presbyterian church has a nice simple nativity scene too.
And I love the simple directions on those big, beautiful entry doors.
This wireframe snowman is just around the corner from the post-office. I would love to get something like this for our yard.
And last, this sneaky Santa is hiding around the side of a house up the street (the house is on a corner, and this side faces the side-street. It’s not a great picture, but I think it’s a fantastic decoration.
For next week, I hope to have a post of what this town looks like lit up at night!