Newtown Youth and Family Services

Festival of Trees

Sponsored by:

December 2nd - December 4th
Specific days/times (listed below)
Location: Trinity Episcopal Church (Glover Community Room)

Win a decorated tree, wreath, basket, etc. to enjoy all season.

Every year local businesses, organizations, and families donate decorated items to create one of the most spectacular features of the Holiday Festival.

 

How does the Festival of Trees Work?

View the donated trees, wreaths, decorations, and baskets at 
Trinity Episcopal Church (Glover Community Room) during the 
dates and times listed below.
 
Days & Times:

Friday, December 2nd  5:00 - 8:00 pm
Saturday, December 3rd  10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday, December 4th  11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Purchase raffle tickets and drop your tickets into the box of the 
item you would like to win. 

Ticket Pricing: 
$2 for 1 ticket.
$15 for 10 tickets.

$20 for 20 tickets.

Drawing winners and pick-up:
  • We will hold a live drawing, via Facebook, at 4:15 pm on December 4th. The general public can also be present during the drawing. Winners will be listed on social media and on our website.
  • Winners can pick up their items immediately following
    the live drawing on Sunday, December 4th
    from 4:30 - 6:00 pm or on Monday, December 5th from 5:00 - 8:00 pm at Trinity Episcopal Church (Glover Community Room).
  • CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR LIST OF WINNERS!

 

All proceeds from the Festival of Trees and Holiday Festival will go to Newtown Youth & Family Services (NYFS). The Holiday Festival is NYFS' largest annual fundraiser and proceeds go towards mental health, autism and community services. 

NYFS is a non-profit youth service bureau and mental health clinic for children, teens, adults and seniors.

For 35 years, NYFS has been committed to providing high quality human health services to promote individual and community wellness. Specialized services include: outpatient individual, couples and family counseling, substance abuse treatment services, Autism and social skills programs, prevention initiatives and support groups.