Festival Of Trees Goes Green
The Museum of East Texas’ annual Festival of Trees has a tree decorated in an environmentally friendly way.
The exhibit is now officially open, and now you go you can check out the reduce, reuse, recycle, tree from Angelina Beautiful Clean. The tree is decorated with all kinds of recycled materials. Beautiful white garland made out of packing peanuts. Blue ornaments made out of old plastic soda bottles. Anyone can chose to be more environmentally friendly this holiday season, and it’s easy. Even if you aren’t that crafty.
The Festival of Trees opens November 20 and ends January 3, 2018. The hours are 10-5 Monday through Friday and 1-5 on Saturday and Sunday; closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, Christmas Eve, and New Years Day. Bring your friends and family and revel in the joy of the season! They are offering extended hours, and are open till 8 pm December 19-23.
There is no entry fee, just stop by the Museum, walk around and check out the trees from organizations all over town. Bring your camera and share pictures with #fotlufkin Follow them on Facebook and Instagram – @metlufkin.
Santa will be there Sunday December 17th from 2 to 4pm on Family Day. Go look at the trees, okay! It’s free! Ho, Ho, Ho!