WIMINGTON, MA — Ready to get into the holiday spirit? Wilmington’s Festival of Trees is this weekend, with local entertainers, baked goods and a raffle of holiday trees, wreaths and baskets. The Festival of Trees, hosted by the local nonprofit We’re One Wilmington, is at Villanova Hall, 126 Middlesex Ave, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
“It’s a fun free family event with no cost of admission but you can buy raffle tickets to win any of the decorated trees, wreaths, baskets and alternative tree options that we have,” said Jomarie F. O’Mahony, the group’s president (and a Wilmington selectman.)
The WCTV portable green screen will be available for holiday photos, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The schedule of performers:
9 a.m. WMS Strings Attached
9:30 a.m.Jennifer Perkins, Cello
10 a.m.WHS Strings Attached
11:30 a.m. Elisabeth Hayduck violin
1 p.m. Clarinet Trio
3 p.m. Soundscape
4 p.m. Nutcracker Sweets
5 p.m. Acoustic Tandem
7 p.m. Steve Lowell, Andy Abbott, Thomas Abbott, Jeff Abbott
9 a.m. Elisabeth Hayduck, violin
10:15 a.m. St. Thomas Children’s Choir
11 a.m. Penguin Hall Acapella & Vocal Jazz
12:15 p.m. Wilmingtones
1 p.m. Larry Gilbert, acoustic guitar
This weekend is the @onewilmington Festival of Trees! Take a minute to learn the details and see all of the great performances lined up: pic.twitter.com/RfkDN8DBM1
— WCTV (@Wilmington_TV) December 5, 2019
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