Lake County News, California – Tree Festival kicks off holiday season
KELSEYVILLE, Calif .– The third annual Spectacular Festival of Trees and Christmas Tree Auction party is scheduled for Saturday, December 4.
It will start at 3855 Main Street, next to Sophie’s Day Spa in downtown Kelseyville.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting www.lakecountyhospice.org or calling 707-263-6222.
This event will feature over 21 beautifully decorated Christmas trees donated by community members and representatives of organizations and businesses.
The trees will be auctioned off and the proceeds will go to the special needs of palliative care / hospice patients; and the Wings of Hope Bereavement Camp and School Counseling Program, two opportunities for children in the community to receive professional support when a special someone in their life has passed away.
A silent auction featuring beautiful holiday decor and other unique items will be featured at the event.
Community members are invited to view the trees before the event from November 26 to December 2, between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Friday, December 3, from 4 to 9 p.m. The trees will be exhibited at the venue and selected Company.
This event is sponsored and supported by many generous companies, organizations and individuals including Next Home Realty, Lake Parts, Empire Mortuary Services, Lucerne Roofing, Clearlake Veterinary Practice, High Country Security, Roto Rooter of Lake and Mendocino Counties, Savings Bank of Lake and Mendocino Counties, Rotary Club of Lakeport, ProCare Hospice Care, Jonas Energy Solutions, Delta Iota Tau, Bruno’s Property Management, Michaels Insurance, Vanderwall Engineering, Strong Financial Network, Lake County Electric, Lincoln-Leavitt Insurance, Kelly Butcher, Lake County Tribal Health Consortium, Bill and Dana Kearney, Bell Haven Flower Farm, Foods Etc., Mendo-Lake Respiratory, Lake Event Design, California Exterminators, UCC Rentals, and Action Sanitary.
Party guests will enjoy a savory and sweet meal prepared by several kitchen professionals from Saw Shop Public House, Ripe Choice Catering, Wild Hope Bakery, Mother Lovin ‘From the Oven, Chef Cheryl Foberg, Lake Event Design and more . Local breweries and wines will be presented in a bar without a host.
Palliative Care Services Community Relations Manager Beth Havrilla and members of the development team are excited to bring this festive event live.
“Come and enjoy a spectacular party while supporting an incredible organization. The talent, delicious food and generosity will mark an evening of celebration for an important cause, ”said Havrilla.
Tickets cost $ 75 each and can be purchased from Eventbrite by visiting www.lakecountyhospice.org.
Hospice Services of Lake County is a non-profit healthcare organization that has provided comfort and compassionate care to Lake County patients and families who have lived in life-threatening conditions for 43 years. These services are available through the generous support of community members and through fundraising activities.
Janine Smith-Citron is Director of Development for Hospice Services of Lake County.