News Release, Calvert Hospice
Prince Frederick, MD – Calvert Hospice is pleased to announce our 4th annual Festival of Wreaths.
This fun, family-friendly event will be held November 23 from 10 am – 4 pm at Calvert High School in Prince Frederick. Admission is FREE! There’s something for every member of the family at the Festival of Wreaths.
Beautiful, handcrafted wreaths will be on display; this year, you will be able to bid on your favorite wreaths via cell phone all day or let our helpful staff help you create a bid. We will also have a selection of wreaths and other items for immediate purchase. For a small donation, you can make your own holiday crafts and centerpieces. Create some fun crafts with your kids and visit with Santa.
This year, families can enjoy balloon animals, a magic show, and face painting! Participate in our Spree Wreath raffle with prizes worth hundreds of dollars! Find gifts for friends and family at the pop-up Shoppe for Hospice, purchase poinsettias for early holiday decorating, and more. Local food vendors will be on-site with tasty treats for sale!
John Luskey will perform between 11 am – 12 pm; come enjoy holiday music with us!
Would you like to donate a handcrafted wreath for the event? Perhaps your business would like to be a sponsor? Event sponsorship is a wonderful way to support a great cause and gain exposure for your company. Contact us for more information or visit our website https://calverthospice.org/festival-of-wreaths
For questions or more information, please contact Peggy Braham at (410) 535-0892, ext. 4011 or FOW@calverthospice.org.
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