Harwich Port's Festival of Trees is Today

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at three locations...
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Harwich Port’s third  annual Festival of Trees to benefit The Family Pantry of Cape Cod has been expanded by The Harwich Chamber of Commerce and will take place today at three locations for the first time! The locations will be White Flowers, 589 Main Street, Harwich Port, The Harwich Chamber of Commerce, 1 School House Rd., Harwich Port and The 400 East Restaurant Rte. 39 & 137 East Harwich.

The Festival will take place today 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at all 3 locations. The drawing for the winners will be held at The 400 East at 6:00 p.m. with a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres, winners will be announced at about 7:00 tonight. See almost 30 trees decked out for the season and many adorned with prizes. A multitude of gift cards from area shops and eateries, a night stay at Wequassett, YETI cooler, Weber Grill, Beach chairs, Radio Flyers, a little red wagon, tricycle, 43” Smart TV, a ride along with the Harwich Police, Ride in a Harwich fire engine, Family dinner at the new fire station, lunch with the fire chief, 2 tickets to a Bruins game with transportation, a one night stay at the Platinum Pebble with your pet, and a round of golf for four at Cranberry Valley and Captains Golf Course just to name a few! You need not be present to win. Net proceeds will be donated to The Family Pantry of Cape Cod. Fantastic prizes have been added to Festival of Trees thanks to many businesses in and around the Harwich area! The support has been fabulous. Come take a chance, bid on a tree or enter raffle tickets to win a tree all to benefit The Family Pantry of Cape Cod!


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