December Newsletter

December Newsletter


Hello North Park Nursery Friends!

What a great start to the holiday season.  We are so thankful to all who made the  SoNo Chili Fest  a great event.  Thanks to everyone for supporting our local school, McKinley!  We are so proud to be a part of  this community and grateful to the parents, organizers,volunteers, businesses and all who helped to make it such a great day in our neighborhood.

poin2Yes, ’tis the season and that means Christmas Shopping.  Don’t fret, we can help you out.  We have hoodies, t-shirts, beanies and hats.  And don’t forget that host/hostess for all your holiday parties.  We have poinsettias, paper whites, live small Christmas trees and of course, gift certificates.  We are not selling cut Christmas Trees this year.

Our holiday hours are everyday from 8am-7pm through December 23.  We will be open half day on Christmas Eve.  We will be closed Christmas through January 1.

beanies etc

hats etc

Toy Drive through December 17 – We are collecting toys to support a local San Diego charter high school. Many of these students have a child or children of their own. Most of them are economically challenged. Please help us with this effort through December 17.  Please bring new toys, diapers or clothes.  We thank you in advance for your donations.

Workshop December 14 @ 11:00 am – We will be having a workshop to help support our toy drive.   $20 to make a mini succulent christmas wreath or bring an unwrapped toy valued at $15 or more.  Please rsvp  Hurry, we only have 10 spots.  Our last succulent workshop was sold out so you don’t want to miss this one.

Third Saturday Stroll December 21 –  Come out to our T32 area.  Most of the T-32 businesses will be open late and celebrating this festive season.  We will be here until 7 so please stop by for some holiday cheer.

white and potsHope to see you soon.  From all of us at NPN, Have a wonderful holiday season!

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Author Bio

We are a locally owned and operated retail nursery and garden center based in North Park, San Diego.

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