This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
Celebrate ingenuity and the Yankee spirit showcased in holiday displays created by individuals, community groups, businesses and craftsmen at Antrim's Festival of Trees. More than 100 trees and a myriad of displays fill every nook and cranny of the historic James A. Tuttle Library.
The free month-long event features trees of every description like upside down trees, glamorous trees, ocean themed, snow globe ladder tree, train tree and themed room, Seuss-ical room and more.
Enjoy the lyrical sounds of the Celtic Harp performed by Sharon Dowling while sampling the sweet and savory hors d'oeuvres that fill the tables.
A holiday quilt and handcraft exhibit will line the walls and halls thanks to the Monadnock Quilt Guild and individual community members. Tickets for a chance at winning "An Antrim Sampler" by the Festival Stitchers are available for $1 each or 6 for $5. Drawing to be held Dec. 20th.
There will also be a special performance by the Hancock Bell Ringers under the direction of Sarah Hale.
Open all month long during regular library hours: Mon/Wed 2-6, Tues/Thurs 2-8, Fri 9-12 and Sat 10-4
Festival of Trees Committee
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