Winter Wonderland fundraiser continues Sunday at DeGroot’s

Rory Gough, 5, and his sister Lily Gough, 7, got a chance to check out a couple of Santa's reindeer on the first day of the Winter Wonderland at DeGroot's Nurseries. The event continues Sunday.
Rory Gough, 5, and his sister Lily Gough, 7, got a chance to check out a couple of Santa's reindeer on the first day of the Winter Wonderland at DeGroot's Nurseries. The event continues Sunday.
Sarnia youngsters Rory Gough, 5, and his sister Lily Gough, 7, got a chance to check out a couple of Santa’s reindeer on the first day of the Winter Wonderland at DeGroot’s Nurseries. The event continues Sunday.

There may be no better way to get into the Holiday spirit than with the Winter Wonderland that’s going on Saturday until 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Proceeds from the admission ($12 for adults, $10 for children and seniors) will go toward supporting Bluewater Health Foundation’s efforts locally. Children 3 and under are free.

Kathy Alexander, executive director, said all are welcome.

Features include Santa Claus (the star attraction of course), horse drawn wagon rides, face painting, children’s choirs, food stations and much, much more.

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