Evelyn Versteeg, 2, of Richfield poses with her sister Estee Versteeg, 4, of Richfield, with Santa at the Dec. 1 Lyndale Gardens Winter Market & Festival. (Photo by Matthew Hankey – Sun Newspapers)
Lyndale Gardens was alive with holiday cheer on Saturday, Dec. 1, as the Cornerstone Group, which is redeveloping the old Lyndale Garden Center site in Richfield, hosted the Winter Market and Festival of Lights. The event featured an appeaence by Santa, which included an advice station run by Claus Consulting. There was also music by The Hummingbirds, a fire performer, an artisan market featuring local handmade arts and crafts, and s’more roasting.
Dan Turpening plays the accordion for a crowd at the Lyndale Gardens Winter Market & Festival of Lights Dec. 1 in Richfield. The event featured 20 local arts and crafts vendors, a live acoustic performance by the Hummingbirds, food trucks, bonfires with free s’mores roasting and an appearance by Santa. (Photo by Matthew Hankey – Sun Newspapers)
Claus Consulting representatives offered free advice to folks at the Lyndale Gardens Winter Market & Festival. (Photo by Matthew Hankey – Sun Newspapers)