Public invited to Baptist Easley’s Festival of Trees

EASLEY — The Baptist Easley Hospital Foundation invites schools classes, church groups, day care facilities, senior citizens and families of Pickens and northern Anderson County to the 17th annual Festival of Trees, on display at Baptist Easley Hospital from November 29-December 27.
“We are excited to have 44 businesses and individuals sponsor a tree and support the Foundation’s efforts to enhance the quality of care at the hospital,” said foundation manager Lovell Byars. “We have the largest indoor display of Christmas trees, gingerbread houses and Christmas wreaths in Pickens County.”
The public is invited to view the 44 decorated Christmas trees and 50 gingerbread houses on display during the hours of 9 a.m.-8 p.m. in the concourse of Baptist Easley Hospital. There is no cost for the 17th annual Festival of Trees.
“Area residents have been bringing their families to our hospital for years to view the beautifully-decorated trees,” said foundation chair Mac Lawton. “We invite everyone in the community to stop by our hospital to see the winter wonderland of trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses that is sure to ignite the holiday spirit
“We also invite the public to purchase a donated Christmas wreaths and decorated gingerbread houses. It’s a great way for you to decorate your house or business and support our Foundation,” said Lawton
For more information about the 17th annual Festival of Trees, contact the foundation office at (864) 442-7569.