LODI, CA — The holiday spirit is set to take over Micke Grove Park as the San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum gears up for the 31st Annual Festival of Trees. News-Sentinel Staff Writer Wes Bowers recently reported on the upcoming festive event, which promises to be a visual spectacle for the community.
Scheduled for December 2nd and 3rd, the festival is an eagerly awaited holiday tradition in San Joaquin County. Over 3,000 visitors are anticipated to attend, ready to immerse themselves in the seasonal cheer. The highlight of the festival is the display of 66 beautifully decorated trees, each with its unique theme and style.
Local nonprofit organizations and families have come together to adorn these trees, showcasing a blend of creativity and community spirit. The themes of the trees are as diverse as the groups decorating them, offering a wide array of visual treats and inspiring holiday ideas for all attendees.
"The Festival of Trees is more than just a display of holiday decorations; it's a celebration of community and the joy of the season," Wes Bowers notes in his report.
This annual event is not only a festive gathering but also an important occasion for the San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum. It serves as an opportunity to bring together people from all walks of life to appreciate the beauty and history of the region while enjoying the festive atmosphere.
The Festival of Trees at Micke Grove Park has become a beloved tradition for many in the Lodi area, marking the beginning of the holiday season. With each year, the event continues to grow, drawing more visitors and participants, all eager to share in the joy and warmth of the holiday spirit.
For those planning to attend, the festival promises to be a memorable experience, filled with the magic of the holidays and the warmth of community togetherness. It's an event that beautifully captures the essence of the season and the spirit of San Joaquin County.
This article is based on a report by Wes Bowers of the News-Sentinel about the upcoming 31st Annual Festival of Trees at Micke Grove Park in Lodi.
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