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Annual Festival of Trees

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The Webster County Historical Museum hosts the Annual Festival of Trees from the 1st Saturday of December through the 2nd Sunday of December from 1-6 p.m. daily. There are 20 or more trees on display, as well as decorated tables and displays. Each tree, table or display is done by an individual, organization, church, school class or the museum. Admission is by free will donation. Cookies and Coffee are served in the museum's mansion.

http://www.visitredcloud.com/attraction/webster-county-historical-museum

Annual Festival of Trees

Address : 721 W. 4th Ave Red Cloud NE
Phone : 402-746-2444   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : wchmdirector@gpcom.net

Admission Fee : Free Will Donation

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