Festival of Trees Returns November 15-19

Published online: Nov 15, 2021 Articles, Events, Lifestyle
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IDAHO FALLS - The 47th Edition of an Idaho Falls tradition kicks off Monday November 15 at 11:00 a.m. with a Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting, at the Elk’s Lodge 640 E. Elva St.  This year’s theme is Grandma’s Christmas Kitchen.  Along with the ornately decorated Christmas Trees, mantelpieces and door displays, many favorites will be back including entertainment by local groups, craft booths and Grandma’s Kitchen.  Everyone is invited to attend and even encouraged to purchase the fully decorated trees donated by local individuals, groups and companies. All the proceeds benefit persons with disabilities in the greater Idaho Falls area through Development Workshop Inc. (DWI).

There is a nominal entrance fee. The Festival runs Monday the 15th through Friday the 19th, hours are 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily.  Volunteers are welcomed and needed.  For more information on volunteering and attending, please refer to the website www.dwinc.org/festival-of-trees/ or the Facebook Page facebook.com/Idaho-Falls-Festival-Of Trees-176604130911/                       

Development Workshop Inc. is a nonprofit agency with a mission of assisting individuals who have a disability or who are disadvantaged to recognize and to achieve their chosen level of economic and social independence.        


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