Sunday, Last Day Of Festival Of Trees

The hours today are 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Don’t forget to come to Festival of Trees. Today is the last day. It is at the DECC, unstairs and downstairs. Bring a canned good to get a $1.00 off the $6.00 admission. Don’t forget to bring the kidos. There are over 156 vendors upstairs and downstairs. Proceeds benefit community programs.

There are candles, rugs, jewlery, wine slushies kis, cookies, home sewn, knitted, and crocheted items. There is lots of REALLY cute snowman crafts. There are so many vendors it will make your head spin with excitement.

Bring lots of money because you will run out. Two of my friends came yesterday and they had never been to FESTIVAL of TREES. It has been around for uncountable years. Yesterday I saw all these little kids lined up to sit on Santa’s lap. I wanted to sit on his lap. I remember when my husband was Santa years ago for two events. Know that was many years ago.

The Junior League of Duluth is women helping communities. If you would like to find out more information about The Junior League of Duluth and Festival of Trees, go to this website: You can call the Junior League office at 1.218.727.0341.

Come and talk to The Duluth Woman Today editors and writers. Also there is the editors and writers from Lake Superior Magazine. The Duluth News Tribune is there, and they are giving out “freebies.”

Do you want to buy some cool  Miche Bags from Jane Anderson or others?

You better bring some money because you will love so many of the items at this craft sale. It’s more than a craft sale. I can’t even count all the GREAT VENDORS. You can help support our community. There are non-profits there as well. For example Altrussa is there. I learned what they do in the community. I know many people in Altrussa. Circle of Hope is there.

Terri’s Treasures is there. They are a donor to Circle of Hope, Circle of Hope is there selling their Hope CD. 100% of the proceeds helps pay clients breast cancer treatment bills, no matter where the CD is sold. It is sold at SuperOne Service counters, The Duluth Grill, Sweet Peas (Two Harbors), & Art in the Alley.

Art in the Alley is a vendor at Festival of Trees. I just love their shop in Superior. They teach craft classes there and have really cool clothing.