A visit to the Cape Fear Region during the holiday season is not the same without a visit to the Cape Fear Festival of Trees. The smell of hot chocolate, the sounds of singing and the sights of sparkling trees evoked a remembrance of things past, and things future.
A 26 year tradition, the event is held at the Cameron Art Museum, Nov. 22 - Dec. 8. There will be over 30 beautifully decorated trees, the smells of holiday goodies and once again, the sights and sounds of the season that ring throughout the museum. In addition to the holiday trees, families enjoy a 15 foot indoor memory tree where they may leave a sentiment, music, and theatre performances and so much more. This festival benefits non-profits, Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter and Cameron Art Museum.
Party in the Pines
Don your work attire or favorite holiday cocktail dress and join us for the Cape Fear Festival of Trees official grand opening – Party in the Pines – on Friday, Nov. 22, 6-9 p.m. Music, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and delicious holiday desserts are yours to enjoy among the magnificently decorated holiday trees and lights. Guests will have a chance to meet their favorite characters in costume from the Wilmington School of Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.”
Make your plans now to enjoy this festive, family favorite for your holiday celebration! Cameron Art Museum, 910-395-5999. Online ticket sales at capefearfestivaloftrees.org