Creekside Home Decor owner Gail Roscoe, right, with Kim Byers, welcome the community to the annual Christmas at Creekside event, Wednesday, Oct. 23.

Creekside unwraps the holiday season – come join the party!

Christmas at Creekside is coming up Wednesday, Oct. 23

When the wrapping paper comes down from the windows at Creekside Home Decor, the holiday season will have officially arrived in Chilliwack.

And what a beautiful welcome it will be!

After closing for a three-day, top-to-bottom transformation, the shop re-opens for its annual Christmas at Creekside celebration, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23.

With twinkling lights, Christmas trees and seasonal greenery creating the perfect setting, “the atmosphere is just so festive,” says owner Gail Roscoe. “It feels like a party, with so many people coming by to really kick off the season with us.”

For many, this annual event has become a must-do event, the chance to gather with friends, start – or finish! – holiday shopping, and look forward to the season to come.

Inspiring ideas await

While shoppers line-up early for the best selection, the holiday cheer continues throughout the day. With the scent of ginger cookies and hot apple cider filling the air, and strains of your favourite seasonal songs in the background, this is the place to find that new addition for your own holiday decor, or gift for someone special.

Especially popular today are woodland-themed holiday decor items, complementing the wide variety of seasonal greenery. Look for an array of garlands, wreaths, swags and holiday trees, beautiful on their own or decorated to your favourite theme.

While you won’t find “trendy” at Creekside, you will discover attention paid to classic style that promises to stand the test of time. “I don’t pay attention to trends as much as timeless styles and pieces that people can enjoy year after year,” Gail says. And there’s no better time to add to your cherished Christmas collections.

Time for gifts to travel world-wide

Christmas at Creekside is scheduled to allow you to mail gifts world-wide and arrive in time for the holidays.

Those unique “made in BC” or “made in Canada” items are favourites overseas – come browse the hand-crafted jewellery or decor items Creekside is renowned for.

(Of course, for those living locally, you’ll never go wrong with a Creekside gift certificate!)

With so much to offer, it’s no wonder Christmas at Creekside has become a destination event, a place friends meet friends old and new. And as an added thank you, shoppers will receive a free gift with purchase while supplies last, and can enter the draw for one of two $50 Creekside gift certificates to be used before Christmas.

Mark your calendar for Oct. 23 and see you at Creekside – 45887 Wellington Ave. in Chilliwack! Watch on Instagram for even more chances to win and stay up-to-date at creeksidehomedecor.com and on Facebook.

 

Especially popular with Creekside’s holiday-season shoppers are woodland-themed holiday decor items, complementing the wide variety of seasonal greenery. Look for garlands, wreaths, swags and holiday trees, beautiful on their own or decorated to your favourite theme.

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