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10th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TREES

  • Dec02
    Friday All Day
  • Dec 14
    Wednesday All Day
  • Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens 2051 South Flagler Drive
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States

ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS

10th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TREES
Celebrating Design Through The Decades
Presented by Sentient Jet
December 2nd – 14th

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The Festival of Trees at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is one of the holiday season’s premier events for adults and children.  Presented by Sentient Jet, this year’s theme, Celebrating Design through the Decades, will illuminate the importance of design throughout history and the great context it brings for the culture and temperament of the times.  The two acres of ANSG are transformed into a winter wonderland featuring more than 25 professionally decorated trees sponsored by area patrons and businesses.  Interior designers, artists and florists volunteer their services and work together to interpret the annual theme, cleverly dress the trees and carry the storyline through vignettes staged around each tree.  Each evening, visitors enjoy choral, instrumental, dancing and theatrical performances offered by more than 20 local school and community groups. A dazzling light and music show illuminates two of Ann Norton’s monumental sculptures as it reflects into one of several ANSG ponds.

GALA EVENING IN THE GARDENS – FESTIVAL OF TREES

Friday, December 2, 2016, 7 pm – 10 pm
Honorary Chair: K.C. Pickett
Co-Chairs: Sarah Benitz and Regan Rupp
Design Chair: Jennifer Garrigues
Tickets are $250 for non-members, $175 for members
Contact: Margaret Horgan Festivaloftrees@ansg.org or (561) 832-5328

The storied kick-off event for the 10th Annual Festival of Trees, the Gala is an elegant evening filled with music, dance, theatrical performances and amazing food provided by the best restaurants in town. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy this enchanting holiday extravaganza with family and friends!

 CHILDREN’S GALA – FESTIVAL OF TREES
Sunday, December 11, 5 pm – 7 pm
Honorary Chair: K.C. Pickett
Co-Chairs: Sarah Benitz and Regan Rupp
Design Chair: Jennifer Garrigues
Tickets are $40 per person for both adults and children.
Contact: Margaret Horgan Festivaloftrees@ansg.org or (561) 832-5328

Start your own family holiday tradition and come out for the 4th Annual Children’s Gala. This will be a night of mini-merriment, special performances, music and surprises around every turn in the garden! Child-friendly refreshments will be on hand for children and their parents (children must be accompanied by an adult.)

 10th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TREES – COMMUNITY DAYS
Saturday, December 3rd through Saturday, December 10th AND Monday, December 12th through Wednesday, December 14th
Honorary Chair: K.C. Pickett
Co-Chairs: Sarah Benitz and Regan Rupp
Design Chair: Jennifer Garrigues
Admission: ANSG Members and seniors $15; Nonmember Adults Advance Tickets: $20, Children $7; Tickets at the door: $25; Children $7
Contact: Margaret Horgan Festivaloftrees@ansg.org or (561) 832-5328

We welcome the community to delight in the magic of the Festival of Trees each evening.  See what has been called the “#1 Holiday Tradition in Palm Beach County” as you explore our tropical winter wonderland.

ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS
The historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Inc. is a nonprofit organization established in 1977 by the prominent sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982). Located at 2051 South Flagler Drive, the 2-acre sanctuary is comprised of rare palm and sculpture gardens, Ann Norton’s historic home, exhibition galleries and Norton’s own Wyeth-designed artist studio.  For tickets, group tours and more information, please visit www.ansg.org or call 561-832-5328.

 

  • BEGINS
    Dec 02
    Friday All Day
    ENDS
    Dec 14
    Wednesday All Day
  • LOCATION
    Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
    (561) 832-5328
    2051 South Flagler Drive
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States
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