Perry's Festival of Trees
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Perry’s Festival of Trees is a week-long family holiday event that features festively decorated Christmas trees, children’s activities, and entertainment.
Perry’s Festival of Trees is a week-long family holiday event that features festively decorated Christmas trees, children’s activities, and entertainment. This year’s event will be held Friday, November 30th through Saturday, Dec. 8th. Each merrily decorated tree is sponsored by local business, nonprofit, civic, and community groups. Make sure to cast your vote for your favorite to win the People’s Choice award. Also on display will be a private collection of antique German nutcrackers &View more
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On Friday, Nov. 30th, from 6-8pm, be among the first to view the beautiful trees at the Candy Canes & Cocktails Preview Party while listening to music of the season AND enjoying food and drink from The Perfect Pear Catering, LLC. The chorus from The Westfield School will perform merry Christmas songs, too.
The Preview Party is a ticketed event; tickets may be purchased at one of the following locations:
Perry Welcome Center
Perry Area Historical Museum
Cory Allen Jones
or by calling the Perry Welcome Center at 478-988-8000.
Tickets are $20.00 and must be purchased in advance.
Saturday, December 1st, from 10 am – 12 noon, kids can build a wooden toy with local wood artisans. ($10)
Students from Perry Middle School FCCLA will be hosting pet photos with Santa in the Perry Welcome Center‘s dog park. (More details to come)
The afternoon will feature a very special guest – Artist, Designer, Author, Decorator, & Television Personality Mark Ballard will be at the festival from 2 – 4 pm with his most recent book & a demonstration.
Sunday, December 2nd, from 2 – 4 pm, kids can make a holiday item that the family will treasure for years to come. (FREE)
Bob the Buzzard from The Perry Buzzard Drop will also make an appearance.
101 General Courtney Hodges Blvd, Perry, GA 31069