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Festival of Trees at Gateway Mall
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22 November 2019  

Those attending the Kind Defined Festival of Trees ribbon cutting were treated to a special glimpse of Christmas joy.

Hot News!!! You could win a $50 gift card, a pizza from Bill's or tickets to Enchanted Christmas!

Here’s How: Head to the Gateway Mall, find the Kind Defined display, and identify which tree the ornaments below came from:

Each ornament above is numbered. Write your answers (1-12) on a piece of paper and turn it in at the Kind Defined display at Prescott Gateway Mall. Be sure to include your name and contact email/phone.

Winners will be chosen based on the number of correct answers. If there’s a tie, there will be a drawing to determine the winner.

Prizes:

$50 gift card sponsored by Olsen’s for Healthy Animals

A large, 7-item pizza from Bill’s Pizza

6 tickets to the Enchanted Christmas display, opening the day after Thanksgiving.

Nearly 50 decorated and themed trees were on display for viewing at Prescott Gateway Mall. These trees, donated and decorated by local businesses and organizations, are also available for bidding or buy-it-now purchase, with all proceeds benefitting Kind Defined.

As one of the largest gathering of Christmas trees in the greater Prescott area, don’t expect to find skimpy, Charlie Brown trees. As Kind Defined explains on their website, these trees have been, “...decorated outrageously, glamorously, elegantly, themed or even comically by local businesses, organizations and schools.”

List of trees and donors:

*Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree: Kind Defined
*Blue Blue Christmas: Findlay Subaru
Enchanted Christmas: M&M Entertainment & Productions
The Raven’s Nest: Blue Raven Landscape & Design
Winter’s Whimsy: One Hundred Chairs Event Rentals & Styling
*Healthy Food. Healthy Living: The Natural Healing Garden and Goods from the Garden
Bringing Home the Christmas Tree: Mortimer Nursery
Create! : Kids Zone Magazine
*12 Days of Christmas: Staples, Prescott
Desert Garden: Commercial Plumbing
*Diner Tree: Hero Party Rentals, Leila Ranzi, “The Bubbly Realtor”
Woodsy White Christmas: Paul Johnson Drywall
*The Tree of Life: H2OHealth, Water & Health Solutions
*Helping Teens Shine Bright: North Star Youth Partnership & Teen’s Closet*
*Wonders of Nature: Terra Farm + Manor
*The Fast and the Festive: Ms. Conception Paint LLC
*Donut Know Where to Go: Ashly with Assisted Living Locators
All the Colors of the Rainbow: Allen’s Flower Shop
*Artistree: Raskin’s Jewelers
*Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Amy Hitt, Realtor at Better Home & Gardens BloomTree Realty
*Pearls of Wisdom: Framers Market & Gallery; the Personal Touch Jeweler
*Through the Looking Glass: Prescott Rocks & Rec
Baubles, Bells & Bows: A Lavender Winter Wonderland: Sponsor Kerri’s Angels
*Read. Play. Love.: Arizona Children Association
*Herbal Wonderland: Spa Petite
The Style of Christmas: Dillards Prescott
Elves on the Tree: Leah Graham, American Family Insurance
*Let it Snow: Hotel St. Michael
Liberty for All: Democratic Women of the Prescott Area
Rising Stars: European Auto
*The Tree of Wishes: Laserium Med Spa
Oh, the Places You’ll Go: Pioneer Title
*Beauty and the Dog: Penelope’s Salon Boutique
*Game of Bones: Cornerstone Chiropractic
*Fujiyama Festive Tree: Fujiyama
*Cougar Pride: European Auto
Home on the Range: Granite Mountain Stables
*United We Stand: United Way of Yavapai County
*Home for Christmas: Jeff Champ Agency Farmer’s Insurance
A Woodland Christmas: Montoya Wealth Management
A Black Tie Affair: Daniel’s Tuxedo and Tailor
Tree Sponsor (no title for the tree): European Auto
“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens: Steam West Revolution
Tree Sponsor (no title for the tree): Yavapai Title
*White Christmas: Yavapai County Republican Committee
*Triple Axel: AXEL by Cirque du Soliel
*A Cowboy Christmas: Bayada Home Health Care
*Magical Christmas: AXEL by Cirque du Soliel
Badger Pride: European Auto

Trees listed with an *asterisk come complete with gifts as part of the package. Also, in addition to viewing the trees, various activities have been scheduled.

Friday, November 22, 10 AM to 6 PM: Senior Stroll, including music and activities geared towards Seniors.

Friday, November 22, 6:30-8 PM: Mile High Comedy Theater Presents Comedy Night. (This is a 21 and over event.)

Saturday, November 23 10 AM to 4 PM: Holiday Block Party & Finale, including free crafts for the children, a Holiday selfie station for calendars and holiday cards, maybe with elves! There will be face painting, entertainment and, of course, trees!!! Kids can vote on their favorite tree.

The silent auction, all raffles, kid’s vote and stocking pulls end by 2:30.

Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder and Editor of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She asks a lot of questions! In her spare time, she loves photography, cooking and hanging out with her family.

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