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Children Help Kick Off Festival of Trees

Children Help Kick Off Festival of Trees



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(KSL News) The magic of the Festival of Trees cast its spell today at Primary Children's Medical Center.

This morning patients helped magicians kick off the 37th annual event. The children also wrote magic wishes on stars that will hang on a Christmas tree.

The true magic of the festival is that every penny raised goes toward helping children at the hospital.

This year the festival will feature over 700 trees in addition to live entertainment and handmade items for sale.

The Festival of Trees opens to the public Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the South Towne Expo Center. For more information on the festival, click the related link.

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