Christmas at Farmtown Park


The third weekend in November is Farmtown Park’s annual Festival of Trees, the museum’s largest fundraiser of the year.

A four day event, beautiful Heritage Village is filled with gorgeously decorated trees, wreaths, toys and other unique items.  All prizes are available to be won by raffle! Light refreshments are available.

All funds raised support ongoing work at the museum.

Admission is $5, children under 12 are admitted at no charge.

Tickets are $5 for three, or one for $2.00. There is also the “Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe”, where beautiful decorations and greens may be purchased.

Thursday, November 15, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.  *please note there is a cash bar Thursday evening only.

Friday, November 16,  10 a.m.-9 p.m.

Saturday, November 17,  10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday, November 18, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. followed by the draws.

Some frequently asked questions:

Are all the buildings open? No, only Heritage Village is open to the public during this event.

Is the building heated? While we do have supplementary heat sources your outdoor attire is necessary as the heat we use only takes the worst of the chill off.

If I win how soon will I know? The draws are at 3, by 4 our volunteers are busy calling the winners. Winners are also posted on our facebook page.

If I win, how do I pick up my item? On Monday, just drive down to Heritage Village where you will be asked to sign for your item. You may then load it into  your vehicle. *tip – if you have won a tree, be sure to bring a large sheet and lots of rope. 

Can I get involved? Absolutely! Farmtown Park is always looking for volunteers. Just call the office and talk to the manager.

Thank you to our Sponsors!

John & Edith Ray,   Betty Sine,   Don & Lois Stewart,   Ross & Judy Sarles,   Wayne & Marg Hadley,   Pat & Ross Anderson,   Don Myers Painting,  Paul Holden & Co.,     Cheryl & Robert Vandervoort,  Bob & Frances Merrick,   Ted & Joyce Reid, Kim & Ernie Finkle, Stirling Pharmacy, C. Smith Bus Lines Ltd., Alan & Judith King, Kathy & Ron Reid, Karen Cooney (in memory of Brenda and Ron Cooney), Eileen MacDonald (Antique Elegance and The Treasure Addict), Ede & Chuck Alen, Marg & Bob McIntosh, John’s Equipment Sales & Service Ltd., BMO – Stirling, Joanne & Randy Coker, Hawley’s Garage, Bird’s Machine & Welding Co. Ltd.

 

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