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Calling All Designers For 2nd Annual Festival of Trees at the Port Jefferson Village Center

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Planning for the spectacular 20th Annual Port Jefferson Charles Dickens Festival has begun and we are proud to present the Second Annual Festival of Trees at the Port Jefferson Village Center.

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Port Jefferson, NY - October 2, 2015 - Planning for the spectacular 20th Annual Port Jefferson Charles Dickens Festival has begun and we are proud to present the Second Annual Festival of Trees at the Port Jefferson Village Center.  A magnificent display of holiday trees decorated by YOU will be on display through the month of December located on the second and third floors of the Port Jefferson Village Center.  Last year was an overwhelming success and we hope you will consider sharing your talent and joining us by decorating a tree.

Professional interior decorators and florists who make a living with their creative know-how, as well as civic associations, schools and those who have a knack for holiday crafting, are invited to share their expertise and enthusiasm by decorating one of the many available Festival displays.  With an expected crowd of over 24,000 festival visitors as well as sharing the location of one of the only outdoor ice rinks on the North Shore, the Festival has much to offer its decorators, organizations and businesses alike in regards to exposure at this high quality, community-wide event.

There is so much to share so please contact Jill Russell at 631-418-6699 or on email to find out more about decorating a tree and becoming a Festival of Trees sponsor.  Don't wait to call; a limited number of trees are available...so sign up today!

 

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