Wolfeboro Holiday Festival of Trees returns to Wright Museum in 2022

The Wright Museum will once again welcome in the Wolfeboro Holiday Festival of Trees for the 2022 season.

This festive event is a favorite holiday tradition for the local community. Started in 1999 as a benefit for the LIFE Ministries Food Pantry in Wolfeboro, the event was such a success that it was held again in 2000. Subsequently, the Festival committee has organized the festival each year to benefit various other charitable causes in the greater Wolfeboro area.

This year the festival will include live music and dance performances, a craft fair, and even a visit from Santa himself! The annual preview gala will be held on Thursday December 1, and the festival will be open to the public on the weekends of December 3-4 and December 10-11, as well as on the evening of Wednesday, December 7.

For information about sponsoring a tree, festival hours, gala tickets, entertainment and more, please visit the Wolfeboro Holiday Festival of Trees website, or the festival’s official Facebook page.

Please note: All inquiries about the festival should be addressed directly to the Wolfeboro Holiday Festival of Trees Committee, which organizes and runs this event.