For the 8th year in a row, the Wright County Historical Society will create an indoor, winter wonderland with a dazzling Festival of Trees display. Free and open to the public, the Festival of Trees highlights Wright County businesses, families, and organizations through a variety of traditional and uniquely themed, lit Christmas trees. This year there are more than thirty individual trees, along with a Santa writing station, animated characters and even an electric train display (courtesy of Leander Wetter).
The Festival of Trees open with a lighting ceremony on Tuesday, December 2nd from 6:30-8:00pm at the Wright County Heritage Center (2001 Hwy 25 N, Buffalo). Santa will be stopping by, and student volunteers from Buffalo High School will be on hand to take free digital photos with Santa for all attendees. Hot chocolate, coffee and cookies will be served in WCHS’ Activity Room. Each year WCHS provides this venue as a gift back to our community and invites everyone to come and enjoy! The Festival of Trees will be open daily from Wednesday, December 3-January 9, 8am-4:30pm with Tuesday nights open until 8:00pm (closed December 24-26 and January 1). For more details please call 763-682-7323 or visit us on Facebook.