Zionsville Times Sentinel

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December 19, 2012

Christmas on the farm

Zionsville —

Attendees at the fifth annual Christmas on the Farm on Saturday, Dec. 15, at Traders Point Creamery were able to participate in sleigh-hayrides, music, caroling, craft-making and the Green Market that featured holiday gifts and stocking stuffers. Some of those present included Maela Spainhower, 6, of Zionsville, who quietly whispered to Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas; Ethan, 3, Jeni and Kaitlyn Oshimura, 5, who gathered close to enjoy the Christmas carols by Steve Quinn; and Zionsville residents (from left) Owen, 6, Violet, 4, Lilly, 4, and their dad, Mike Billig, who crafted a Christmas chain together.

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