Light up the Bay\Festival of Trees

When:
December 4, 2017 – December 14, 2017 all-day
2017-12-04T00:00:00-06:00
2017-12-15T00:00:00-06:00
Where:
Fairfield Bay Conference Center
110 Lost Creek Parkway, Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, 72088, Local
United States
Cost:
$8
Contact:
Chamber of Commerce
884-3324

Fairfield Bay Chamber Launches Holiday Season with “Festival of Trees” & “Light up the Bay”
Kick off event for the ‘Festival of Trees’ Celebration
Charity Raffle offers chance to Win one of 3 BIG trips!

The holiday season in the Bay is a winter spectacular with the annual holiday celebration Festival of Trees, Friday, December 4th – December 14th, 2018. Fairfield Bay’s Conference and Visitor Center is transformed into a wonderland of holiday elegancy and whimsy to suit any age, family or individual.

“The Fairfield Bay community organizations, businesses, and families have joined together to create this holiday festival,” said Heather Dunn, Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce Director. “We’ve got all the twinkling lights, sounds and smells of this blessed season to get you in the spirit and ready for some truly happy holidays.”

November 30th @ 5:30 – “Light UP the Bay” Season Kick-Off, features our Big Trip Giveaway.
It begins, with trees, lights and the warmth of friends and neighbors to start the holiday season just right.
There will be live music, food, your favorite holiday drinks, charity Cake & Pie Auction, the lighting of the Christmas trees, and the BIG TRIP GIVEAWAY!!! 1 complete vacation to give away, including lodging, food, and entertainment! Ticket are just $10 and a ticket booth will be set up for your chance to win one BIG TRIP to Branson! A portion of the funds raised will go to help the needy in our area – supporting the Shirley Food Bank, etc….

Light Up the Bay Schedule on Nov 30th:
Time: 5:30 – 8 pm Santa is coming!!!
5:30 pm – Lightening of the Trees
~ Holiday Fare: Warm soups and salads, plus holiday-themed adult beverages.
~ Live Music: Choirs from our local Schools and more.
~ Booths from merchants that are selling their goods.
6:30 – Bidding on The Charity Cake & Pie Auction items
7:30 pm – The Big Trip Giveaway. (If you buy a ticket, you don’t have to be present to WIN don’t miss out!)

The holiday season in the Bay is a winter spectacular with the annual holiday celebration Festival of Trees, Tuesday, December 4th – December 14th, 2018. Fairfield Bay’s Conference and Visitor Center are transformed into a wonderland of holiday elegance and whimsy to suit any age, family or individual.

Trees, Trees and More Trees
Explore this special forest of trees and leave inspired and ready for the season. Each Christmas tree is decorated from its starry tiptop to its blanketed base. No two are alike and range from whimsical to traditional, from kid to pet-friendly! Be sure to cast a ballot for your favorite. And while you’re there, look for the special donation box to help local families in need with your local food bank donation.

Trees will be on display in the Conference Center Tuesday-Friday, December 4th– December 14th, from 9am until 4pm each day. Families are encouraged to bring cameras and capture their special holiday photos. And if you want to enter a tree, there’s still plenty of time and it’s free! The trees may stay up throughout the month of December and on into the New Year. Great way to advertise your business or just simply show your Christmas spirit!

Tickets & More Information
Festival of Trees will be held at Fairfield Bay’s Conference, Arts and Visitor Center located at 110 Lost Creek Parkway in Fairfield Bay. To purchase tickets for the Big Trip Giveaway, visit the Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce, www.ffbchamber.com. To find a complete list of events and times and more information, visit www.visitfairfieldbay.com/events or call 501-884-4202. Funds raised through this event will fund Chamber programs and events in Fairfield Bay.

Special thanks to all our corporate sponsors. We could not have this event without them.
Corporate Sponsors: Noacon, Ozark Resort Homes, Goodwin & Herman Real Estate, Brown & Brown Insurance, Regions Bank, Red River Boating Center, and Petit Jean Electric.