2014 Granger Homestead Festival of Trees
Novermber 14th - December 14th
- Mon.-Wed. 1-5pm
- Thurs. & Fri. 1-7pm
- Sun. 1-5pm
- Closed on Thanksgiving Day
- Adults - $5
- Seniors & Members - $4
- Students K-12 - $1
- Under age 5 - No Charge
The Granger Homestead Festival of Trees will mark its 20th annual production this year!
We would like to invite you to be a part of this festival by designing and displaying a holiday tree, wreath, basket, handmade jewelry or other home decoration. Your item may be loaned to us to display throughout the festival or you may donate it to us for the silent auction, which runs throughout the event.
With over one-hundred items displayed each year, the Granger Homestead is a holiday wonderland. Visitors from all over the region will come to the Festival of Trees during its run from November 9th through December 8th to get into the holiday spirit by walking through the festively decorated rooms of the Granger Mansion.
There is no entry fee for exhibitors. You may participate as an individual, a family, with friends, as an organization or a business. Student groups are encouraged to enter. Decorations can be traditional or carry a theme. The possibilities for creativity are endless and participants find decorating the Homestead a great deal of fun.
2014 - Independent Judges' Awards
D-1 Festival of Trees at the Granger Homestead – by Linda Patterson and Friends
Best Fabric Decoration:
F-4 Winter’s Song – by Mary Soisson Wieser
Best Full Size Tree:
FT-19 ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas – by the Ladies of the Livres
Best Gift Basket:
GB-1 Woodsy Bear – by Bonnie Cosgrove and Judy DeMyda
J-1 Dichroic Christmas – by Dee Weeks Lucitte
M-4 Woodland Christmas – by Josette Vest of Bloomers Florist
Best Table Top Tree:
TT-2 A Book is a Dream You Hold in Your Hand – by Literacy Volunteers of Ontario Yates
W-17 Sunny Disposition – by Libby Campbell
TT-19 American Troops Christmas – by Grand Vie Seniors Living and Caring House
Best in Show:
TT-2 A Book is a Dream you Hold in your Hand – by Literacy Volunteers of Ontario Yates
Best Youth Entry:
FT-17 The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly – by Our Children’s Place of Canandaigua
If you have questions, please call the Granger Homestead (585-394-1472) and we will be happy to assist you