FESTIVAL OF TREES
This year is the 19th annual Family Support Network of Eastern NC’s Festival of Trees. Each year, in December, we have close to 100 trees on display at the Greenville Convention Center, Greenville North Carolina. The Sponsors names are displayed next to the tree and the artificial trees re sponsored by local businesses, agencies and individuals to advertise their business, or in honor/memory of an individual or group. Trees are sponsored at different categories and decorated accordingly. Some trees are decorated by the business and they bring staff and have a party while decorating. Other trees are decorated by school groups, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, church groups, ECU and PCC students, fraternities and sororities. Other trees are decorated by the individual sponsor.
Each year the themes vary and our decorators are very creative in the theme that is carried out from the top of the tree to the tree skirt. If you are interested in sponsoring a tree or decorating a tree please contact us and we will be glad to get you involved. email@example.com
The trees are on display until just before Christmas and open during the normal working hours of the Greenville Convention Center. Admission is free.
Story Time with Santa. Santa and Mrs Claus read, “Twas the Night Before Christmas” to the children before they have a professional picture with Santa and Mrs Claus. Pictures are taken by ASAP Photo and Camera in Greenville NC.
See all the wonderful trees in their spender in our Festival of Trees Showcase post.
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These scholarships are made possible with funds raised during our Festival of Trees.
The 19th Annual Preview Party will be held Friday, December 5 at the Greenville Convention Center. Tickets must be purchased in advance, $60 per person or $75 per couple. Tree sponsors receive two complimentary tickets to the event.
A live and silent auction are part of the evening festivities. Some of the items that will be auctioned are a weekend stay in Ocracoke (during off season), a fishing trip in Ocracoke, Jeannie B. schooner cruise for 25 in Washington NC, Pig Pickin, and a CPW chef to come to your home and prepare a meal.
The Family Support Network of Eastern NC made it’s very first Parent-to-Parent match in 1987 between the Worthington’s, whose son, David, has cerebral palsy and the Richardson’s, whose son, Tyler, has Lowes Syndrome.
We are pleased to announce “Story Time with Santa” will once again occur during our Festival of Trees fundraiser in 2014. The dates and times will be as follows:
Session 1: Tuesday, December 2 at 6pm
Session 2: Thursday, December 11 at 6pm
Session 3: Saturday December 13 at 9am
Story Time has been a very popular event in the past, and seating is limited for each session. Reservations can be made beginning November 1st.