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Festival of Trees at the DECC

Created: 11/22/2013 9:04 AM WDIO.com

If you're looking for something fun to do on Saturday and Sunday, the DECC will be decked out this weekend for the annual Festival of Trees, hosted by the Junior League of Duluth!

November 23rd and 24th, head over to the Northland's largest holiday arts and crafts fair. It's a 27 year tradition of festive holiday shopping.  There'll be nearly 200 of the area's best craft and art vendors, and hand-decorated trees will be up for bid.  

There will also be an appearance by Santa Claus himself on Saturday! The Festival runs from 9:00 - 5:00 PM on Saturday and from 10:00 - 3:00 PM on Sunday.

You can find more information at the Junior League of Duluth's website and Facebook pages, or you can call at 218-727-0341.

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