Wreaths could be found at the Ottawa Christmas market.
I have been several times over the course of these weekends, and the place has always been busy. During the year, the peak of the regular market is in October when much of the harvest has been done. Over the winter there are less vendors in here, but the market is, with a couple of exceptions, all local. I know of one vendor, for instance, whose farm is out in the Niagara Peninsula, but they're the ones bringing in peaches and other crops that can grow only in that small part of the country, and definitely not around here.
This nativity scene caught my eye.
One of the regular vendors here has an elk ranch. They were decorating for the season at their spot.
I did not catch the name of this cutie.
During the Christmas market, horse drawn wagon rides are offered outside the pavilion. This pair of big fellows are named John and Duke.
I finish off with another look at Santa, who was involved in a photo op with a woman.