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Organizers urge the public to participate in ‘MetroWest Festival of Trees’

Marlborough – The “MetroWest Festival of Trees” organizers will be providing the public with the opportunity to display their artistic creativity by designing and building a gingerbread house and entering it in the first “Gingerbread Village,” to be on display at this year’s Festival of Trees, scheduled for Friday, Dec. 7; Saturday, Dec. 8; and Sunday, Dec.  9, at the Royal Plaza Trade Center, Boston Post Road West in Marlborough.

Entries will be viewed by the thousands of attendees. All entries will be judged, and ribbons awarded for first and second places in various categories.

There will be two divisions of entries: one for professional bakers and chefs, and one for amateurs. The Amateur Division is broken into four categories: Groups with two or more persons representing a school organization, club, Scouts, etc.; adults: 17 to 61 years; seniors: 62- years; and youth: 9 to 16 years.

Outside of the cost to design and construct the gingerbread house, there is no cost to enter. Entry forms must be received by Thursday, Nov. 29.

For further information, details and entry form, visit the website www.metrowestfot.org or call Bob Kane at 508-579-0658.

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=28439

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