Festival of Trees 2019 Schedule


Festival of Trees

Saturday Nov. 30  10am to 8pm

Sunday Dec. 1  11am to 8pm

Monday Dec. 2  10am to 8pm

Tuesday Dec. 3  10am to 6pm

$5 for adults, $1 for children under 12, and free for children under 1. 

Kick off your heels 5k RunSunday September 22  8 to 11am Ildlewild Park. $30

Run in honor/memory of someone while making a difference for all the patients and families who use Hospice's services. Your participation will support the direct care of so many in our community! Sign up on line https://runsignup.com/kickoffyourheelshospice5k - or to be a participant, donate or learn more, contact Alisha Saulsbury at 443-786-0847.

Crab Claw Dinner Sunday, November 3, 12 to 5pm.

All proceeds from your dinner at the Crab Claw in St. Michaels will benefit the Festival of Trees and Talbot Hospice. Call 410-745-2900 to make a reservation.

Preview Party – Friday, November 29   6 to 8pm.   $60 per person.

The Festival ofTrees begins on Friday with a celebratory party in the Gold Ballroom ofThe Tidewater Inn, cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres, music, and special raffles. nckets are $60 per person and include open bar from 6 to 7pm and lite-fare buffet. Cash bar available after 7pm.

Candy Cane Lane – Saturday Nov. 30  10am to 2pm  Easton Elementary School (Moton)

Crafts, games, food, visits with Santa, and other fun activities. Easton Elementary School (Moton). Admission: Children $5, includes lunch; Adults Free. Saturday, November 30, 10am to 2pm.

Family Dance – Saturday Nov. 30  6 to 8pm  Elks lodge, Easton

Silent auction and dancing. Entertainment by Steve Moody. Photographer on site. Punch and cookies served. $30 for Moms and Dads; $10 for each Son or Daughter.

Carols by Candlelight – Saturday November 30  5 to 7pm  In front of the Historic Tidewater Inn. 

Choral groups, choirs, bell ringers and musicians will perform at this new FOT event. All spectators will receive a complimentary candle and songbook. Hot cocoa and holiday treats donated by local restaurants will be served as we sperad holiday cheer in song! The celebration starts with a Christmas tree lighting where Santa gets the honor of turning on the lights for the first time.

Downtown businesses and restaurants will be invited to participate in decorating their store fronts with twinkling lights and evergreen garland along with magical window displays to celebrate along with us beginning the Christmas season in our picturesque town of Easton…. A SMALL TOWN WITH A BIG HEART!