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Quyon’s annual Christmas home tour

Kim Boucher has been apart of the tour before, but decided to get into the holiday spirit by decorating her newly renovated home for the tour. From left, Gail Boucher and her daughter Kim gave lots of tours as guests were curious about the recent renovations.
The annual Christmas House Tour, put on by Quyon’s Pastoral Charge, took place on Monday, Dec. 4 and saw 130 people visit six decorated homes. From left, Colby Richardson and Mitchel Trudeau welcomed guests into their Bristol Lane home, where they chose to decorate with lots of lights and made a north pole scene outside, too.
A bit further out from town sat Brenda Clarke’s home along River Road, standing out from the darkness with the lanterns lighting up her front yard. From left, Sally Cavan and Clarke show off the Canada 150 tree, which received many compliments during the tour.
Glenna Campbell decided to include a theme in most of her rooms, but left most of the decorating in the basement to her grandson. From left, Brodee Campbell was tasked by his grandmother, Glenna, with running the elves workshop for the evening.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
QUYON Dec. 4, 2017
Residents in Quyon made like Santa Claus last week, as folks toured from home-to-home in an annual Christmas event.
With around 130 people taking part, the Quyon Pastoral Charge’s Christmas House Tour let folks explore six local residencies as they’ve been all dolled up for the holidays, throughout the evening of Monday, Dec. 4.
Starting off at 9 Bristol Lane, home to Mitchel Trudeau and Colby Richardson, the place was decked out in lights, aiming to complement the self-described coziness of the building.
“It’s more of a Mr. and Mrs. Claus kind of house,” said Trudeau.
Complete with Christmas music and a tree, guests were also led through a winter wonderland scene on the driveway.


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