The Stoneridge Holiday Decorating Contest is coming! Please decorate your home with lights, inflatables, signage, wreaths, etc. You do not have to formally enter the contest. Here are the 2022 categories:
- Best Overall – This home will give you a WOW factor as you view it. This home generally should have trim on the roof line, sidewalks, yard edge, and have lights around the trees. Single color themes or tasteful multi-colors are also a plus where you can tell that the resident made considerable effort to design a pattern and really make it look nice.
- Most Festive – When you look at this home you should think that this house is “over the top.” This home should really load up on the lights, yard ornaments, etc.
- Most Traditional – This home should have an elegant theme that is clean and neat, not cluttered. It should have a consistent color theme such as white, red, green, or combination of the three. It would remind you of an “old-fashioned” Christmas.
Vote for your favorites on the Stoneridgepoa.com website by December 17, 2022. Judging will occur on December 18, 22 at 7:30 p.m. Watch for the winning houses to be announced on the website and the sign in their yard. Winning houses receive a $50 Home Depot gift card!
The 2021 winners are not eligible to win unless the decorations change enough to be considered a new entry.
General Decorations for Stoneridge
The Decorating Committee, headed by Chantal Yamthe, invites your family to join our tradition of decorating the entry ways to Stoneridge on Saturday, November 26, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. We will meet at Cervin and Wells Port entrance.
The 2nd annual Stoneridge Family Holiday Trees will again be at both entrances and your family is encouraged to place an ornament on one or both trees. Also, this year we will continue the tradition to hang decorated wreaths on sides of the Ploverville bridge. It would be exciting to have the bridge lined with 132 wreaths!
Stoneridge holiday decorations will be removed on Saturday January 7, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. We will meet at the corner of Cervin and Wells Port entrance to begin to remove the decorations.