SNEAK PREVIEW: RV HISTORICAL SOCIETY - FESTIVAL OF TREES
Join us for the Festival of Trees during the month of December. Area businesses have decorated themed trees for viewing. Come in and vote for your favorite tree.
Each tree will have a donation jar, the tree with the most funding raised will be this year's winner. All funds raised will benefit the Historical Society to help offset electric and heating to have the Center opened to the community. Below is a list of dates, musical guests, and other activities.
Saturday, December 2: Snacks with Santa immediately after the Christmas Parade which starts at 1 pm.
Sunday, December 10 from 3-6 pm, musical guest, Jordonna Bowser, flutist who will perform at 3:30.
Wednesday, December 13 from 5-8 pm. Pictures with Santa by Adam Myers Photography. Photos may be purchased and taken home on site that evening.
Saturday, December 16 from 2-5 pm, musical guest, Adele and Thomas Smith on piano with vocals starting at 2 pm.
Wednesday, December 20 from 5-8 pm, musical guest, Grace Baptist Church Carolers starting at 6 pm.
Saturday, December 23 from 2-5 pm, musical guests, elementary students LeighLynn and Ceyson Magagnotti on violin and guitar starting at 2 pm.
Come support your local Businesses and musical guests this holiday season!
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The Redbank Valley Historical Society preserves the history & heritage of the Redbank Valley area and surrounding communities. The historical society produces books, calendars, programs and other historical documentation. To contact the historical society directly, please see the list of ‘History Links‘ on this page.
Redbank Valley Historical Society New Bethlehem, PA 16242 P: 814.365.5023