Once again, The Hearth at the Tudor Gardens kicked off the holiday season with their annual “Deck the Hearth” silent auction wreath event on Dec. 6. While all the proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association, it is also a great a great family experience for all ages. There were 28 handmade wreaths donated by local Zionsville merchants and businesses. Santa Claus even made an appearance to allow the children one last chance to let me him know what they want for Christmas! This is always the highlight of the day! The event was accompanied by a variety of house made hors devours by the Hearth chefs including succulent prime rib sandwiches and delicious spinach artichoke dip. “Deck the Hearth” has always been the main fundraising event for the annual Walk Against Alzheimer’s Disease hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association. The Hearth has a personal tie to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s as many of their residents have been diagnosed with the disease. The Hearth would like to thank all of members of the Zionsville that came out to bid on the wreaths and helped raise money for a worthy cause. The Hearth is already looking forward to what’ in store for next year!