An Angel Tree donated by A Signature Fence is one of 35 trees and wreaths available in the Tree Jubilee raffle Nov. 29-Dec. 1 and Dec. 7-8 at 105 Elm St. (Photo by Hope E. Tremblay)
WESTFIELD – Westfield on Weekends’ 2nd Annual Tree Jubilee opens Nov. 29, kicking off its annual DecemberFest celebration.
The Tree Jubilee opens Nov. 29 and continues Nov. 30, Dec. 1. Dec. 7 and Dec. 8. The Jubilee takes place at the WOW Creative Arts Center, 105 Elm St., from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. each day.
The Tree Jubilee is a festival of trees, with decorated trees and wreaths that will be raffled. The winners will be drawn Dec. 8.
Organizer Lisa Burns said there would be over 30 decorated trees and wreaths.
Bob Plasse adjusts an ornament on a tree that will be displayed starting Nov. 29 during the Westfield on Weekends’ Tree Jubilee at 105 Elm St. (Photo by Hope E. Tremblay)
Each tree and wreath is sponsored by a local business or family. A Signature Fence donated an angel tree, there’s a snowman tree from mayor-elect Donald F. Humason Jr., a Westfield Kiwanis tree and one decorated with handmade ornaments by Marion Kraus and Barbara Wojick as well as a Westfield-themed tree by The Westfield News and Reminder Publishing. Other sponsors include Wagner Rug and flooring, the Sullivan Family, Westfield Boys & Girls Club, Westfield Police Association, Westfield Fire Dept. local union, Carol Saltus, Firtion Adams Funeral Services, Short Stop Bar & Grill Desserts by Monica, city councilors Michael Burns and William Onyski, and handmade wreaths by DAS Alarms, Westfield Veterans Affairs, and state Rep. John C. Velis.
A Santa’s Office display greets visitors at the Westfield on Weekends’ Creative Arts Center at 105 Elm St. (Photo by Hope E. Tremblay)
“We have beautiful displays to see and the chance to win with the purchase of nominally priced raffle tickets,” said Burns. “There are trees for all ages and many colors.”
Burns said the event is a new annual celebration for families.
“This is a great event to make part of your holiday tradition,” she said. “This year we have a beautiful Santa’s workshop display designed by Lori Price – it’s a must-see event.”