Charley Creek Gardens Offers Yule Time Stroll

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Daily from December 15, 2012 until December 25, 2012

Location: Education and Resource Building, located at 551 N. Miami Street

Phone: 260.563.1020

Event Description

December 13, 2011 Updated Dec 5, 2012 at 11:28 AM EDT

Charley Creek Gardens, located in Wabash, welcomes guests to the fourth annual Yule Time Stroll.
The stroll offers visitors something difficult to find—a little peace and tranquility during the holiday season.

Beginning Saturday, December 15th through Tuesday, December 25th, the Gardens and the Education and Resource Center will be open to guests to enjoy a serene walk in the holiday-lit Gardens.

Hours for the stroll are Sundays through Thursday, 6pm-8pm and Fridays & Saturdays, 6pm – 9pm.

There is no fee for the stroll.
Director Kelly Smith has created an array of “simple lighting” to provide an enjoyable atmosphere on crisp winter nights where individuals and families can stroll. Smith also welcomes guests to tour the Education and Resource Building, located at 551 N. Miami Street. Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and take a break from the busyness of the season. Please call 260-563-1020 for weather- related closings.

Whether you want to revisit childhood memories or create a few of your own, make the Charley Creek Gardens Yule Time Stroll part of your holiday tradition.
Nestled between North Wabash St. and North Miami St., the Gardens offer both formal and naturalized gardens, a waterfall, evergreen maze, stone labyrinth and the Education and Resource Center with greenhouse on approximately six acres of ground. Normal hours are dawn to dusk every day of the year and there is no admission fee; the Education and Resource Center is open by appointment. Parking is located at 518 N. Wabash St. or at the Wabash High School on Miami St. Call 260.563.1020 for more information.

Charley Creek Gardens is owned and operated by Charley Creek Foundation, a private, non-profit foundation committed to the development of public green spaces, historic preservation and fostering the arts.

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