Friday, the illuminations began to illuminate the town center of Challans. On Saturday, the Terrière farm, under the leadership of Formerly Challans, welcomed its first visitors. On a sheltered route, they discovered new facilities and activities, an electric train, winter landscapes, staging reminiscent of market gardening traditions and of course, the scene of the birth of Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem. An invitation ” to dream “, according to Mayor Rémi Pascreau. But also to make pretty gifts such as postcards or original envelopes, objects cut from wood by machine or by hand, or even mugs, bags or others bearing the image of the association. “A forward calendar with more than € 1,000 in prizes offered by the traders of Challans je t’aime” was formed, specifies Jean-Marie Fonteneau the president.
Until December 31, Ferme de La Terrière, 19, rue Maurice-Fillonneau, Wednesday to Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. on weekends). Free. Sunday December 19, living nativity scene, show, horse-drawn carriages, mulled wine from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.