Here's Another Festive Event in Burlington You Won’t Want to Miss
Another festive event is currently happening in the City of Burlington.
The second annual Festival of Trees, located at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC) in the Family Lobby.
This festival consists different activities and events such as post-Santa Claus Parade Hot Chocolate - this activity is free, The Nutcracker, visits with Santa - this activity is free, Andy Kim Christmas show, and tons more.
The festival will run until Dec. 20
During the festival, the lobby of BPAC will be decorated with a display of Christmas trees.
While the festival is running, the lobby will be open from noon to 4 p.m. seven days a week.
According to the BPAC website, "Each Christmas tree is generously sponsored and decorated by a local business or organization within the community."
Those who come out to the festival have the opportunity to take one of the trees, which are donated by Canadian Tire, Burlington Stores, by purchasing raffle tickets.
Winners of the Festival of Trees will be drawn on Dec. 20 at The Andy Kim Christmas Show.
The Festival of Trees is a community fundraising initiative put on by the BPAC and the Arts & Culture Council of Burlington. The goal of the festival is to help cover the costs that are associated with renting the BPAC's Community Studio Theatre.
For more information, and to view a full list of events, visit the official BPAC website.
Will you be coming out to this event?
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