Festival of Trees is Out Of This World for Kids!

New Festival Kids Character Parties are Out of This World!
Five Shows to Choose From at the 2017 Festival
Come to a special party within the Festival made for the whole family! Roam through a winter wonderland of trees, shopping and fun--and then join one of these parties, put your feet up and watch your kids have a blast. A perfect day out!
Wear your favorite sci-fi character or come as yourself! Costumes are fun, but not required. Enjoy space snacks (cookies) and rocket fuel (juice) at any of five character parties.
Storm Troopers!
Have your picture taken with a Storm Trooper and other Star Wars Characters at any of the following parties, courtesy of the 501st Legion, CT Garrison. 
Experience the Impossible with Magician Tom Pesce
Sat., Nov. 18th @ 11:00am & 1:00pm
Back by popular demand! This interactive show is hysterical and very entertaining--be amazed by intergalactic space magician Tom Pesce at our first two parties on Saturday!
For ages 3-10.
NEW: Microsoft Interactive Party! 
Sat., Nov. 18th @ 3:00pm & 
Sun., Nov. 19th @ 11:00am & 1:00pm
Be prepared for an exciting space journey with interactive entertainment powered by Microsoft® at these 3 shows only.
Explore a neon galaxy in your very own battleship in LOVERS IN A DANGEROUS SPACETIME®, a thrilling 1- to 4-player couch co-op adventure. Take control of turrets, lasers, shields and thrusters, using teamwork to triumph over the evil forces of Anti-Love.
Deep space is an unexplored place, but you don’t have to face it alone! (Rated E for everyone) Teens can jump into new adventures with X-Box and computer games rated T for Teens and provided by Microsoft®. Recommended Ages: 6 years to Teens.
Adult & Child Admission: $20. After the first child, 2nd and 3rd children in the same family will be charged $15 per seat. Children must bring an adult with them. 50 Minute Seatings. Buy tickets now.
THANK YOU! Every ticket sold pays for one cancer support service at Ann's Place. Learn more about what your support does for families facing this terrible disease.
Visit the Festival of Trees Website HERE.


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