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Check out Westford’s Festival of Trees


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WESTFORD — Westford’s annual Festival of Trees could bring holiday spirit to your home.

A number of trees and wreaths donated by local organizations are up for silent auction. Organizations such as the Westford Girl Scouts, Westford Police Department, First Parish Church United and Westford Historical Society are among those who submitted a donation.

The event is hosted by the Westford Family FunFest at the Westford Regency Inn. Trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses are displayed in the atrium and lobby of the hotel.

A brunch with Santa will be held on Dec. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations can be made at 978-692-8200 ext. 520.

The Festival of Trees concludes on Dec. 31.

  • Boston Tea Party tree, donated by the Westford Historical Society. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Snowmen, everywhere having fun! Donated by Westford Family FunFest. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Christmas on Sesame Street, donated by Westford Preschool at St. Mark's. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Making Connections, donated by First Parish Church United. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Gnothing but Gnomes, donated by Amanda Wilhelm for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by the Westford Police Department. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • For the benefit of 100 Women Who Care Westford. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by Suzanne Catino Harring on behalf of St. Judes Children's Research Hospital. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Beach Tree, dinated by Rivercourt Residences. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Rainbow tree. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Our Favorite Things, donated by Westford Girl Scouts Troop 70541. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by Westford Community Fund. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Hair scrunchie wreath donated by Amanda Wilhelm for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by Alcorn and Owen's Attorneys at Law for the benefit of the Paul Center. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Gnomes donated by Westford Girl Scouts Troop 66305. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Stars and Snowflakes donated by Westford Girl Scout Troop 66305. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by Liz W. for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Dance Wreath donated by The Paul Center. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Firemen Wreath donated by 100 Women That Care. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Bowling Wreath donated by 100 Women Who Care. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Donated by the Cameron Senior Center. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Christmas in the Playground, donated by Westford Girl Scouts Troop 88052. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Sports Gnomes, donated by Amanda Wilhelm for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)
  • Winter Movie Drive-In donated by Westford Girl Scouts Troop 62692. (Photo/Ben Domaingue)

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Ben Domaingue
Ben Domainguehttps://www.clippings.me/bendomaingue
Ben Domaingue has previously worked at newspapers in New Hampshire and is the Managing Editor covering Westford. He’s passionate about community journalism, photography and hiking. Email him at bdomaingue@westfordcat.org.