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Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions at Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
November 30 - December 9
The Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions at Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art will be held November 30th through December 9th in Hartford, Connecticut.
This annual holiday fundraising event features trees and wreaths decorated by community members, artists, and organizations, and displayed in the galleries throughout the week. This special exhibition is on view during regular museum hours. Read more about Festival of Trees & Traditions.
Established in 1973 by the Women’s Committee as a museum fundraising event, Festival of Trees & Traditions has become an annual holiday custom for visitors from throughout the state and beyond. Every year community members, artists and organizations decorate holiday trees and wreaths to be displayed in the galleries throughout the week. All items are for sale, and profits help fund the museum’s special exhibitions, educational programs, and operating expenses. Purchase a tree or wreath for your home or donate it to a local charity.
Please note that the museum is closed on Monday, December 3 and Tuesday, December 4.
Public hours for viewing the Festival of Trees & Traditions are 10am–5pm from November 30 – December 9, except for Monday, December 3 and Tuesday, December 4 when the museum is closed.
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