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Home and garden events around the Charlotte area

Saturday and Wednesday

Make-and-take wreaths

Pike Nurseries will host a make-and-take Williamsburg Wreath class at 10 a.m. Saturday and 7 p.m. Wednesday at 12630 Community House Road. This hour-long seminar will teach guests how to create their own wreath their looks like a finished product from Colonial Williamsburg to hang on their front door. Wreaths can last three to four weeks in cool weather. Cost is $30 per person and includes a pre-made 20-inch Noble wreath, fruit, assorted nuts and magnolia leaves. To reserve your spot, stop by the store or call 704-341-7453.

Thursday

CROWN meeting

Charlotte, Reconnecting Ourselves With Nature (CROWN) will meet 7-8:30 p.m. in the Duke Energy Auditorium on the basement floor of Rogers Hall, Queens University of Charlotte, 1834 Selwyn Ave. Heidi Pruess, Mecklenburg County’s environmental policy administrator, will present information on the local environmental status and how it compares with similar metropolitan regions throughout the country. Details: crown-clt.weebly.com.

Ongoing

Holiday Homes Tour

Cheval Charlotte will host a six-home holiday tour 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Sunday and Dec. 13-15. Admission is $10 (or a new, unwrapped toy valued at $10 ) to support the Toys for Tots Campaign. Cheval is also an official drop-off location for Toys for Tots. Tour entrance is 11977 Lawyers Road, Mint Hill. Gates close at 6 p.m. Details: chevalnc.com.

Hilary Trenda

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