The holiday wreath is a tradition that goes back centuries. The Romans hung wreaths as symbols of victory. Soon after in Europe, the “wrethe,” meaning a twisted band or ring of leaves or flowers in a garland, were used as symbols of the harvest and later to teach the meaning of Christmas.
Today, the wreath is part of our holiday traditions, and at The Chamberlin we are no exception.
Our residents take pride in decorating the community throughout the year. But as you can see, this season comes alive at The Chamberlin in part thanks to the love and attention spent on door decorations.
Please enjoy this tour of the holidays…