Olde Home Days Committee would like to invite you to visit or participate in our new OHD holiday fundraiser, our Festival of Trees, scheduled for Saturday, November 30th, from 9-5. Come, stop by and view the rooms of the Historic Holder Memorial where beautiful holiday greeneries will be displayed and offered as raffle items. The creations will be designed by some of best artists/decorators, local community groups and organizations. The Festival of Trees is one of the most unique and historic holiday traditions in the NE region and OHD is pleased to bring it to Clinton. Trees and wreaths will be raffled off and will be available for pick-up the same day, just before the much anticipated Clinton Holiday Tree lighting in Central Park. Tickets will be available for purchase on-site.
If you would be interested in participating, the attached application and a flyer are available and are located on our NEWLY updated website at www.oldehomeday.com. There is no cost to participate and by doing so, your business or your artwork will be promoted in our advertising, FREE OF CHARGE. Trees can be of any size, tabletop or up to 6-8' tall. Wreaths are also accepted and should be less that 45" in diameter. Decorations should be family friendly and stuffed animals, silk flowers, lottery tickets and/or gift cards or other beautiful items are acceptable decorations as well. Electricity may be an issue, so if possible, please use battery operated lights. The committee will work with the staff at the Holder Memorial for gaining access to electrical, but cannot promise that everyone will be able to have access. We hope you will consider providing a beautiful creation for others to enjoy during this holiday season.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email the committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you will stop by and help support OHD 2020. Thank you.
OHD 2020 Committee: Alison Duffy, Amanda Coyle, Christina Sokolowski, Dean Shannon, Gilbert Caraballo, Jesse Rives, Laura Taylor, Mary Carruth-Backiel, Michelle Pelkey-Watson and Nicole Martin