Welcome to the 19th Annual Vancouver Rotary Foundation Festival of Trees!

Welcome to the 19th Festival of Trees. Each year, families kick off their holidays with a visit to the Festival. Don’t miss out on all the festivities! The planning is underway for another terrific, fun-filled Festival for all ages!

Festival Tree Viewing Thanksgiving Weekend– Friday, November 28, Saturday, November 29 and Sunday, November 30  at the Vancouver Hilton Hotel. Enjoy Santa, music, a family scavenger hunt, the Talking Tree, special events and, of course, the gorgeous trees. Admission is free. Suggested donation $5 per family. Watch for the complete schedule.

You could WIN ONE OF 12 GORGEOUS PROFESSIONALLY DECORATED TREES, all of which come with an assortment of fabulous gifts. If you win, your holiday shopping could be complete! Buy your raffle tickets (only $5 each) at the Festival and place them in the box by the tree you want to win. Viewing sponsored by Vesta Hospitality.

*Raffle tickets will be for sale at the Festival of Trees at the Hilton Hotel November 28-30 from members of the Rotary Club of Vancouver. Prize drawing will be Sunday, November 30 after 4 p.m. You do not need to be present to win.

Thank you, 2013 Major Sponsors!

Pac Paper, Inc.

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Shamrock Productions

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Media Sponsor

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Web Sponsor

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Attend!

There is truly something for all ages at the Festival of Trees. Bring your family and holiday guests. They will love the gorgeous trees, holiday music and festive settings.

Help!

It takes a community to make the Festival of Trees happen. YOU can help! Buy a raffle ticket to win a tree, sponsor an event, volunteer or make a financial contribution. Funds raised by Festival of Trees will contribute to college scholarships and support community non-profit organizations. Click here for opportunities.

Learn!

The Vancouver Rotary Foundation gives back to the community through the proceeds from the annual Festival of Trees, which is its primary fundraiser. Since its inception in 1972, the Foundation has distributed more than $3 million in contributions, with a focus on scholarships and community groups. Learn more about the Foundation here.