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Festival Memories

  • I Remember...

    On Dec 03, 2016 Sean Said:

    My favorite memory was the big bubble in the craft and kid section. I loved seeing my children's eyes as they walked up and down the aisles and had their little personal winter wonderland come to Utah. It was magical.

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    On Dec 03, 2016 Jody Said:

    The first time we went to festival of trees my daughter loved seeing the lights and got to talk to an elf. She had so much fun with the gingerbread houses and decorations. My son was excited to see a Star Wars tree.

  • I Remember...

    On Nov 30, 2016 Patti Said:

    Taking my first grandson to the festival of trees. He was so excited and his eyes were so large. He thought it must be Santa Claus's house.

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    On Nov 30, 2016 Julia Said:

    My nephew had a tree made for him one year because of his condition. It was fun to participate and make one of the trees in memory of someone. The theme was trains and it fit my nephews personality perfectly! Also my family company bought a gingerbread tree and it gets put up every year. I love the Festival of Trees and the cause that it is for.

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    On Nov 27, 2016 Madison Said:

    My most favorite festival of trees moment was when I got to help make a tree and see it there. It was for my Young Woman's leader who had passed away. I also always loved going to see the dances, especially when my cousin was in it.

  • I Remember...

    On Nov 27, 2016 Jackson Said:

    My favorite memory was helping to decorate the Tree for my son's daycare. Great to participate in such a fun tradition for a good cause.

  • I Remember...

    On Nov 27, 2016 Bonnie Said:

    Seeing my son's face as he found the super hero tree.

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    On Nov 27, 2016 Dona Said:

    My favorite memory is from 2014 when my son Sam saw the trains. He was 7 and was completely fascinated. He sat there for 15 minutes speechless which if you knew him, is like an eternity. He turned to me and said that we needed to sponsor a child who has nothing and give the child toys, he offered to give him all his toys that are in "good shape". I asked what made him suddenly think of this and he said that watching the trains reminded him of all his blessings because he could see other kids watching never had their own train. I love how all the spirit of Christmas surrounds you there, even the little ones "get it".

  • I Remember...

    On Nov 27, 2016 karie Said:

    Taking my son.

  • I Remember...

    On Nov 27, 2016 Erica Said:

    I remember looking at all the different trees, gingerbread houses, and all the kids running around having a great time! I can't wait for this year.

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