The 2013 Festival of Trees will be held at the Tewksbury Public Library throughout the month of December. We invite you or your organization to join in the holiday spirit by setting up a decorated tree in the Library. The Library will hold free special events throughout December to encourage residents to view the trees!
Friday, December 6th
Enjoy beautiful trees, refreshments and fun for the whole family: a Concert with Steve Blunt will be held at 6:15pm and Christmas
Carols by the Merrimack Valley Chorus will be held at 7:30pm.
Both free events will be held in the Meeting Room.
The Children's room will sponsor a free craft for children
Activities throughout the Festival
Festival of Trees Scavenger Hunt for Children throughout December!
Voting for favorite trees will be held in the following categories:
Facebook Tree of the Day! We’re going to post a tree (or 2) each day on the Library’s Facebook Page. Like us to see them!
Set Up Trees:
Saturday, November 30, 10am-4pm
Monday thru Wednesday, December 2-4, 10am-7pm
Thursday, December 5, 10am-4pm
December 6th, 2013 – January 3rd, 2014 during Library hours.
Holiday hours vary, so please check the Library Hours or call 978-640-4490 if you’re not sure we’re open.
Take Down Trees:
Saturday, January 4th 10am-4pm
Monday-Wednesday, January 6th -8th 10am-7pm
Other dates by arrangement only.
Registration is free! Register using the form at the bottom of this page.
Or Click HERE for an informational flyer and printable copy of the registration form.
The deadline to register: Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Please note the following important information about this event:
Deadline to register is Friday, November 22nd
ARTIFICIAL trees and greenery only
No LIGHTS or other electric ornaments (No electricity is available)
Set Up and Take Down of trees is only allowed on the dates listed on the reverse
Placement of trees is determined by the festival leader; we cannot guarantee any specific locations in the Library
Trees will be identified with the name of the business, organization, group of family sponsoring each tree