The Festival of Trees Committee is committed to helping stop the spread of COVID-19. To provide a safe environment for patrons, please do not attend these events if you are feeling ill or showing signs of COVID-19 or have had exposure to the virus. Due to the higher numbers of cases in our area, Festival of Trees is requiring all attendees at all public performances to wear masks even if vaccinated as there will be visitors of all ages as well as entertainers singing and performing. We appreciate your understanding as we work to provide a fun and festive event for our community.


 

2021 Wolfeboro Festival of Trees


The Festival of Trees is optimistically planning to celebrate the twenty second Wolfeboro Festival starting on December 2, 2021. The 2020 Festival of Trees was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic but plans are underway to move ahead this year with a constant eye to safety first.

The Wolfeboro Festival of Trees is an annual charity benefit featuring more than sixty five trees, uniquely decorated by area businesses and organizations, and displayed on two levels at the Wright museum. In addition to the trees, the exhibit features continuous entertainment and light refreshment.

The Preview Gala is a well attended cocktail reception that both opens the exhibit and ushers in the Wolfeboro holiday season. Wine and beer are provided and local caterers and restaurants serve samples of their best fare.

Throughout its twenty year history, the Festival has been held at the Wright Museum. Although the museum is usually closed for the winter season, the exhibits have been open during the festival in previous years. Visitors have been able to tour the unique collection that features artifacts to illustrate the Second World War's significant and lasting impact on American life.