Christmas decorations support newVoices

Posted on Nov 11, 2014 by
Our singer/decorators Beth Johnson and Traci Diehl present our "Black Tie Optional" tree available for purchase at the Festival of Trees.

Our singer/decorators Beth Johnson and Traci Diehl present our “Black Tie Optional” tree available for purchase at the Festival of Trees.

This beautiful tree topper was designed by singer (and artist) Ann Ritzman.

This beautiful tree topper was designed by singer (and artist) Ann Ritzman.

You could get this BEAUTIFUL Christmas tree for your home AND help newVoices at the same time! We are part of the Trout Museum of Art’s Festival of Trees held Nov. 14-Dec 7 in the main gallery of the museum. The gallery will be converted to a wonderland of beautifully decorated trees and wreathes you can purchase via silent bidding. It’s the ultimate Christmas decoration–you get the tree, the decorations and all the work is already done!

Here’s the cool part: if you purchase the newVoices tree, we get to keep that donation! Because we are a partner in the Building For The Arts, we will be allowed to keep the proceeds from our tree. All other proceeds from the trees and wreaths will be donated to the Trout Museum of Art.

About our tree: It is a 7.5’ pre-lit tree which is a limited edition designer tree purchased from Santa’s Best Christmas store. The tree is worth about $600 retail and happily it was donated by one of our board members!

About the theme: The theme is “black tie optional” and the decorations are black, white, silver, glitter, tulle and dozens of ornaments. There are more than $400 dollars worth of ornaments and customized decorations from our volunteer interior designers!

Hidden extras: The tree comes with 4 tickets to our 12/20 Christmas concert, Christmas at the Chapel—one of the best celebrations of this special season.

To see our tree and put in a bid, please visit the Trout Museum of Art at 111 W. College Avenue in the heart of downtown Appleton. All final bids will be placed on the beautiful trees and wreaths at the auction reception December 4th. An R.S.V.P. is required to help the Trout better plan for your arrival. To save your spot, please call the Trout Museum of Art at 920-733-4089 or e-mail us at info@troutmusuem.org.

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