Christmas is fast approaching, in just a few months.
After last year’s pandemic, it changed long-standing family vacation traditions that have been around for decades. And speaking of decades, as much as that sounds like decades, get excited because there are only a few months left before we can celebrate with our loved ones. After what seems like one (almost 2) of the craziest years most of us have had, it’s exciting to see communities bring back festive events.
According to Lewiston Journal of the Sun, Oxford Hills is one of the most recent towns in Maine to bring back its annual festivities. The event kicks off Thanksgiving weekend with the Christmas Parade on November 27 and the Tree Festival runs through November 28.
Anyone wishing to participate in the Festival of Trees can register to donate a decorated tree and gifts to pass underneath. There is no admission fee; however, there is a limit on the number of trees accepted, and entries will be capped at 50 trees.
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