Catch the excitement at the 17th Annual Festival of Trees to benefit Ann’s Place at the Danbury Sports Dome for a weekend filled with live events from November 22-24. Raising over $3.1 million since 2003 to support area cancer patients, it is the largest annual fundraiser for Ann’s Place.
Start your weekend on a high note! Don’t miss the Mistletoe and Martinis party from 6:30-10:30 pm on Friday night! Sip delicious specialty drinks and join us in a tribute toast to Waterworks and The Benefactors Society, our amazing 2019 honorees. Groove to Rob Fried and Band Central’s Rock and Soul Review with some celebrated musicians while sampling savory dishes from Some Things Fishy. Don’t miss the stunning hand-crafted mahogany bar and elegant footed tub on auction and raffles too! For more info and tickets: http://www.annsplacefestivaloftrees.org/opening-night
Bring all your friends, get casual and sample a few brews Saturday night. Enjoy live music by Billy Michaels Holiday Cavalcade, a fiddling contest and Dan’s Garage Band while meeting new and returning brewers at our Taps & Trees Craft Beer Fest. Munch on some tasty “Pub Grub” by Walsh Catering from 6:30-10:30 pm. First 300 guests will receive a souvenir glass! For more info and tickets: http://www.annsplacefestivaloftrees.org/taps-trees
Festival days are filled with live entertainment on the hour, over 100 Holiday trees, amazing prizes, grand raffles, treasures in the Market Place, Quilter’s Corner and handmade for shopping along with specialty vendors, artisans and local craftsmen. Get in the Holiday spirit with us and join the excitement and fun!
Children and adults will be dazzled by the magic of Tom Pesce on Saturday, with seatings at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. The little ones can head over to the Children’s Winter Village, featuring a bounce house, Santa, activities including crafts, coloring station, face painting, tattoos and more. Activities run from 10 am-4 pm Saturday and Sunday.
Festival Days- Friday-Sunday, Nov. 22-24, 10 am – 4 pm.
Ages 3 to 64, $10; Seniors, $5; kids under 3, free.
For more Festival information and tickets: http://www.annsplacefestivaloftrees.org/
or call (203)790-6568