Tree Fest 2018 will once again fill the windows and in fact all of Gelnett Memorial Library with trees and wreaths, lights, and ornaments and the magic of decorators each capturing the theme of a children's book.
Tree Fest is a way of promoting reading and of emphasizing the importance of children's books. Funds raised by the sale of vote tickets benefit the summer reading program serving not only Gelnett Memorial Library young patrons but all Snyder County Libraries youth patrons.
The Friends Organization is looking for volunteers to decorate a tree or wreath for the upcoming Tree Fest in 2018!Click here for more information
Print the event flyer for your home or buisness!
Form/flyer will open as a new tab PDF file on your device.
Tickets will be sold at the library for you to vote for YOUR favorite tree or wreath. Funds are raised at Tree Fest by the sale of vote tickets which visitors use to choose favorite trees/wreaths.
Thank you to Kay Poeth for these photos!
|Gold - 1st Place Tree - Selinsgrove Senior Center, "From Sheep to Sweater" by Ellen Tarlow|
|Silver - 2nd Place Tree - Rivertown Coalition for Clean Air and Water, "All the Way to the Ocean" by Joel Harper|
|Bronze - 3rd Place Tree - Shine Children Shine of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Shamokin Dam "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" by Kadir Nelson|
|Favorite Wreath - Selinsgrove Area Intermediate School, Mrs. McEvoy and Mrs. Varner, "My Father's Dragon" by Ruth Stiles Gannett|
|Judges' Choice 1st Place Tree - Seals Den, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum|
|Judges' Choice 2nd Place Tree - Middleburg Elementary Kindergarten, "I Stink" by Kate & Jim McMullen|
|Judges' Choice Wreath - Selinsgrove Area Community Pool, "Caillou Learns to Swim" by Sarah Margaret Johanson|
Tree Fest is made possible through the help of many volunteers. We can use your help during set-up, clean up or "tree sitting" - welcoming visitors and selling tickets during the hours the library is open.
|Make a donation. Checks should be made out to Friends of Gelnett Library and mailed to Friends at P.O. Box 112, Selinsgrove 17870|
|Publish information about Tree Fest in church bulletins and company newsletters.|
|Talk up our Annual Tree Fest; tell your friends; invite them to visit.|
|When you visit Tree Fest, buy tickets to vote for your favorite tree and wreath.|
|Purchase unique tiny trees donated by our decorators and volunteers.|