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Marlborough: MetroWest Festival of Trees set for Dec. 13-15

December 13, 2013 - December 15, 2013

Ticket prices to be annoucned on the Festival of Trees web site as the date approaches.

Marlborough – The sixth annual MetroWest Festival Of Trees will be held at the Royal Trade Center, 181 Boston Post Road West (Route 20) Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Dec. 13-15. Attractions will include over 100 theme-decorated Christmas trees, an aisle of wreaths, North Pole play land, a miniature Victorian village train set, gingerbread house village & contest, Dickens village, Santa's workshop and more. Artists and crafters will be displaying their wares.

The event is sponsored by the Marlborough Historical Society and Olde Marlborough, Inc., and benefits historical programs and activities in the MetroWest area.

Last year over 3000 attendees visited from throughout Massachusetts and six other states; over 4000 are expected this year. For more information, contact Pauline at 508-250-8011; Vikki at jsfleming.com; or Bob Kane at 508-579-0658, rkane22@verizon.net.

There are still a few spaces available for crafters. Check online at www.metrowestfot.org, www.oldemarlborough.org, or www.historicmarlborough.org for application and further information.

Details

Start:
December 13, 2013
End:
December 15, 2013
Cost:
Ticket prices to be annoucned on the Festival of Trees web site as the date approaches.

Venue

Best Western Royal Plaza Trade center
Route 20 West
Marlborough, MA 01752 United States
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