Jupiter branches out as tree festival comes back its roots

November 16, 2013 by  

The 2nd annual Festival of the Trees is taking place in Jupiter for most of next weekend. It is a presentation of the Loxahatchee River Historical Society and the Town of Jupiter; all proceeds from the sale of items will benefit the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum.

The first event taking place in the festival will be a preview party. It will feature cocktails, appetizers, musical entertainment, and a raffle. Guests will have to opportunity to view and purchase any of the items on display.

The festival itself is set to include pre-lit Christmas trees, wreaths and centerpieces, all of which are for sale, and the items have been donated by local businesses and private citizens. Visitors can also enjoy holiday performances from local artists and groups, while children will have the opportunity to visit Santa Claus. In addition to the donation of items for sale, sponsorships are available for the festival from $100 to $3,000.

In creating wreaths and other decorations for such events like this, the designers will often turn to printing companies to purchase banners and printed accessories to make them more attractive.

The Festival of Trees is being held at the Jupiter Community Center from November 23 to 24, and is free to attend. The preview party will take place on November 22 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Tickets are $30 each, which includes a free cocktail. For more information about either event, contact Mike Navicky at 561-747-8380 x100.