Thoughts from Laurel Ridge

A Season of Sharing

Barbara Crozier
Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Laurel Ridge Christmas Open House & Silent Auction    Sat, Sept 30

Normally, the buzz would be that Laurel Ridge is decorated and ready for the holidays, that the wassail and the champagne are bubbling, and about a fabulous Texas Santa artist.   And, that this Santa Smith (as he refers to himself) works with vintage fabrics and furs.   Even the tiny treasures that fill the packs on Santa’s back are vintage … or can even be from your personal stash of things that mean something to you! 

If that isn’t enough to bring a smile to your face in this season … this year…. on the heels of all Texas has been through, the holiday Open House at Laurel Ridge includes a silent auction to benefit hurricane recovery efforts.

 Laurel Ridge’s owner is putting things she has purchased at other benefit auctions up for grabs again … jewelry made from the rubble of the Bastrop fires, and a dated Radko ornament issued the last Christmas before the destruction of the Twin Towers.   There’s a picnic basket purchased at an auction to support rural health care and paintings that have raised monies for research.  Who knows what will be added before Saturday’s event.  

Bid in the comment section on the Laurel Ridge Facebook page throughout the week, and on Saturday you can bid in person while you shop at Laurel Ridge.

Meet the new Santa artist and check out the wonderful new Santas made from real one-of-a-kind treasures.  Sip cold champagne, drink hot wassail, and munch on Christmas mints. 

This Saturday, reflect on all the reasons you have to smile at Laurel Ridge in historic downtown Gonzales!

            Laurel Ridge bringing joy to hearts and homes, once again.   

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