he staff from Barton Insurance decorate their tree at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa last week. More than a dozen organizations and businesses have decorated trees at the resort for the annual Festival of Trees.

Christmas season arrives at Harrison

Breakfast with Santa and Festival of Trees keeps holidays alive this weekend

If you want to get into the holiday spirit, take a tour through the annual Festival of Trees exhibit, in the lobby at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa.

The trees were decorated by local businesses and organizations last week, and by this weekend the winner will have been announced.

Also this weekend, get up close and personal with Santa Claus, at the Breakfast with Santa event.

Breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at Harrison Memorial Hall. All money raised will go to Community Services. Tickets are available at the Agassiz Library, the HHS Preschool and Daycare, Tourism Harrison and Community Services.

Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for children and free for children under two years old.

Non perishable foods are also being collected for the food bank.

There will be no tickets at the door.

 

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