Christmas in the Barn harkens back to Poway’s The Barn Redefined

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The Barn Redefined has announced that it will be hosting its annual Christmas in the Barn event starting November 3rd.

The store, located at 14051 Midland Road in Poway, is popular for its home decor and decorating ideas. This year, owner Liz McNamara, who owns the store with her mother, Debbie McNamara, said customers can expect 25 themed Christmas trees. Themes include “My Favorite Things,” “The Merry Little Princess,” “The Partridge in the Pear Tree,” and “Mrs. Claus’ Bakery and Santa’s Diner.’

“Our first tree this year is brand new, it’s called ‘Natural Environment’ and it’s all white and natural wood,” Liz McNamara said. “A very soft but cheerful tree. This year we also have a tree full of purples and pinks, a camping inspired tree and more. I think the inspiration in each tree will really get the creative minds of customers to come home and add their own touch to their trees and decor.”

In addition to the decor, customers can also expect the appearance of Santa and a toy drive Anvil of hopenon-profit organization focused on helping low-income families, those facing homelessness and temporary hardship.

“Our Christmas Open Day has been such a wonderful shopping experience for many years, with an amazing turnout, and we’re thrilled to be able to do it again,” McNamara said. “Come enjoy the magic of Christmas, where we believe in Santa, nativity scenes and say, ‘Merry Christmas.'”

The event will be held from November 3 to 6, from November 10 to 13, and from November 17 to 20.

For more information, go to TheBarnRedefined.com.


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