Benefit to feature designer Christmas trees

Providence O’ Christmas Trees will help kick off the holiday season with events from Dec. 1-3 that raise money for Providence Senior and Community Services.

  • Monday, October 6, 2014 1:45pm
  • Life

 

Providence O’ Christmas Trees will help kick off the holiday season with events from Dec. 1-3 that raise money for Providence Senior and Community Services. The event includes a Christmas Carnival, Silver Bells Luncheon and a dinner gala, all at The Westin Seattle.

The events will feature 14 Christmas trees prepared by top designers. In addition, the events will include a Christmas tree-themed display with contributions from each of O’Christmas Trees’ past nine presenting artists. They include J.P. Canlis, Dale Chihuly, Experience Hendrix – A Tribute to Jimi, Steve Jensen, Thierry Rautureau, Anna Skibska, Scott Ward, Olivier Wevers, and Luly Yang.

Families are invited to attend the free “Christmas Carnival” from noon to 8 p.m. Dec. 1. The event will include live entertainment, craft projects for the kids, photos with Santa and a musical visit by headliners The Not-Its, whose newest album “Raise your hand” has been released to rave reviews.

The “Silver Bells Luncheon” will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 2 and include a fashion show featuring models representing the past, present and future.

The O’Christmas Trees Gala Dinner & Auction will follow on the evening of Dec. 3.

Reservations are required for the Silver Bells Luncheon and the O’ Christmas Trees Gala Dinner & Auction and may be made by calling 206-938-2788.

The Westin Seattle is located at 1900 Fifth Ave.

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