BRISTOL BOROUGH >> The staff and volunteers of the Grundy Museum invite the public to view the museum’s holiday tree entry at the Bucks County Visitor Center’s 12th Annual Holiday TreeFest continuing now through January 4 at the center’s 3207 Street Road, Bensalem location.
The museum’s “Happy Hol-EWE-day” tree displays ornaments handmade by museum staff and the Grundy Library knitting and crocheting group. Ornaments include yarn and clothespin sheep, balls of yarn with knitting needles, hand-knitted baskets of yarn, miscellaneous knitted ornaments, cross stitch sheep and a crocheted garland containing sheep that were made on the Grundy Library’s 3-D printer.
Viewed by more than 6,000 people in 2016, the festival showcases 25 uniquely-themed trees decorated by various Bucks County attractions, businesses and non-profits which transforms the center’s interior space into a sparkling world of wonder.
While enjoying TreeFest, the public has the opportunity to cast a vote for their favorite tree and enjoy various musical entertainments and children’s activities. More information about TreeFest can be found online at VisitBucksCounty.com/TreeFest or by calling 215-639-0300.