City of Belmont's 5th Annual Festival of Trees - Eventeny

City of Belmont's 5th Annual Festival of Trees

event Nov 28 6:30 pm - Jan 01 12:00 pm
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
24 S. Main Street, Belmont, North Carolina 28012, United States
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Hosted by City of Belmont

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Nov 28 6:30 pm - Jan 01 12:00 pm
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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24 S. Main Street, Belmont, North Carolina 28012, United States

Join us as Downtown Belmont and Stowe Park are filled with a display of festive trees for all to enjoy throughout the month of December.

โญ๏ธ๐ŸŽ„ Kick Off ๐ŸŽ„โญ๏ธ
Festival of Trees kicks off on Monday, November 28th, following the annual tree lighting ceremony at 6:30 PM.
๐Ÿ† 1st place: Cramerton Middle School
Cramerton Middle School was named the first place winner of the school category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: Belmont Middle School
Belmont Middle School tied as the second place winner of the school category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: W.A. Bess Elementary School
W.A. Bess Elementary School tied as the second place winner of the school category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 3rd place: Piedmont Community Charter Elementary School
Piedmont Community Charter Elementary School was named the third place winner of the school category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ†1st place: Gaston County Sheriff’s Office
Gaston County Sheriff’s Office was named the first place winner of the nonprofit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: William Gaston Chapter DAR
William Gaston Chapter DAR tied as the second place winner of the nonprofit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: In Memory of Justin Stewart
In Memory of Justin Stewart tied as the second place winner of the nonprofit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 3rd place: Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden was named the third place winner of the nonprofit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 1st place: Carus LLC
Carus LLC was named the first place winner of the for profit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: Tommy Bynum Heating and Cooling
Tommy Bynum Heating and Cooling tied as the second place winner of the for profit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ†2nd place: Duren & Marsh Dentistry
Duren & Marsh Dentistry tied as the second place winner of the for profit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 3rd place: Buddy Harper Team Realty
Buddy Harper Team Realty tied as the third place winner of the for profit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 3rd place: Just Jeepin’ 4-A Cause Jeep Club
Just Jeepin’ 4-A Cause Jeep Club tied as the third place winner of the for profit organization category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 1st place: NC Budo
NC Budo was named the first place winner of the downtown merchant category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 2nd place: Primal Brewery
Primal Brewery was named the first place winner of the downtown merchant category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.
๐Ÿ† 3rd place: Lyerly Agency
Lyerly Agency was named the first place winner of the downtown merchant category for the 2022 Festival of Trees.

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All times in (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Applications

Downtown Belmont Merchant Application

3 shops
For-Profit Organizations

14 shops
Non-profit Organization Application

25 shops
School Application

7 shops

Event maps

Festival of Trees
Use this map to view locations of trees in Stowe Park. Red boxes denote red tree lights. Green boxes denote green tree lights. Blue boxes denote blue tree lights. Orange boxes denote multi-colored tree lights.

Hosted by City of Belmont

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