Schedule

Start a new holiday tradition with your family at the 30th anniversary Festival of Trees & Lights. Marvel at hundreds of beautifully decorated trees, wreaths and décor — all for sale to raise funds for Norton Children’s Hospital.

Friday, Nov. 13
View and purchase trees, wreaths, décor and holiday gifts

 Holiday Cheers!

Make your spirits bright and kick off the holiday season with a virtual beer and wine tasting.

 

Saturday, Nov. 14
Santa’s Workshop

Join Santa for a story and a craft from the comfort of your home. Reserve your bag of supplies (craft and treat included) and pick it up at Louisville Slugger Field, Nov. 10 to 13, while supplies last.  

 

Sunday, Nov. 15

Festival of Lights

Share in some traditional Hanukkah music and activities and learn how to play dreidel.

Deck Your Halls

Follow along with one of our designers and make a custom wreath for your home. Reserve your bag of supplies and pick it up at Louisville Slugger Field, Nov. 10 to 14, while supplies last.   

Last day to purchase trees, wreaths and décor! Bidding ends at 5 p.m. 

 

Saturday, Nov. 21

Snow Ball

FOTL 2020

Festival of Trees & Lights

Nov. 13 to 15, 2020

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