The 2017 Pomerene Auxiliary Christmas Tree Festival will take place at David Warther Carvings in Sugarcreek.
This year, the festival will be open to the public on Saturday, November 4th and Monday, November 6th through Saturday, November 11th. Hours are:
Admission to the museum and festival during festival hours is $5 per person. This includes admission into the museum and festival. Children 14 and under are FREE.
David Warther Carvings is a museum that features over 80 intricately carved miniatures that depict sailing ships from ancient Egypt, circa 3000 B.C. to modern times. The collection, now numbering over 80 ship carvings, is a highly educational exhibit of maritime history. David Warther’s collection is truly one you must see!
The festival will feature over 55 beautifully decorated Christmas trees, wreaths, and centerpieces all available for purchase. Several raffle items will also be available. All proceeds go to the Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary. Spectators can enjoy refreshments and cookies as they walk through the event.
Major Sponsors include Case Farms, Walnut Hills Retirement Community, AultCare, Weaver Leather, WKLM Radio, Inc., and Ravens Glenn Winery.
Christmas tree, wreath, and centerpiece sponsors include:
For more information on the event, please contact Pomerene Hospital at 330-674-1584, ext. 1763.
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