2017 Festival of Trees Sponsored by New Haven Assisted Living & Memory Care
The Third Annual Festival of Trees, a silent auction to benefit the Comal County Senior Center and Central Texas Advocates for Seniors (CTAS), comes to Milltown Historic District - 490 Porter Street, New Braunfels, TX.
The Festival of Trees is a family friendly way to wander down aisles with over thirty fully decorated 7' and 4' holiday trees and enjoy holiday baked goods that are sold to raise funds for Seniors in need. While strolling through the over 30 uniquely, creative, and beautifully fully decorated trees donated by local businesses, churches, clubs and individuals take your time to bid in the silent auction to win a chance to have one delivered to your home or business for the holidays. This is a non-profit event and free to the public. All are invited.
To celebrate, there will be some exciting events happening:
- Bid in the silent Auction- trees delivered free150 mile limit
- Buy tickets for the Raffle Tree with locally donated goods and services
- Buy some wonderful donated baked goods donated from local
- See live entertainment and music of the holiday season
- Enjoy taking pictures with Santa each day from 4pm-7pm
"The Festival of Trees Event Committee is thrilled to bring this wonderful event to celebrate the holidays and to benefit our senior in need. Many seniors live on or below poverty and this event will give our community the opportunity to provide some assistance to those."
"There is no better way to get into the spirit of the holiday season. Festival of Trees is a wonderful family event for all ages," said Mercy Boatright-Wood, Owner of House Hunters real-estate and a donor of one of the decorated trees.
Festival of Trees will open to the public on Tuesday November 28-30th (11am to 8pm) and December 1 (11am-1pm)
How to bid or purchase a tree - if unable to attend the Festival contact:
Sally Nicholls- 208-431-4960 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Holli Hasserodt Yockey- 512.667.0077 - email@example.com
For more information visit the Festival of Trees Facebook page.