For more than three decades the Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees has been our gift to the Boise and Treasure Valley community, to truly enjoy and remember for a lifetime. The Festival of Trees is a celebration of people working together for a greater good.
Funds raised this year will support the Saint Alphonsus Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. One in ten babies is born too soon and may suffer life-threatening and long-term complications. The Saint Alphonsus NICU provides critical, around-the-clock care for these premature and precious infants.
The Saint Alphonsus 2017 Festival of Trees
The Saint Alphonsus 2017 Festival of Trees has been a Boise and Treasure Valley tradition for the past 34 years with more than 25k attendees annually. The Festival of Trees is held during Thanksgiving week and marks the beginning of the holiday season for many families in Boise. All year long, more than 500 volunteers and hundreds of Treasure Valley businesses and individuals plan the Festival of Trees. They give their time, talent and treasure to sponsor the Festival's fantastic trees and wreaths.
Start the Christmas Holiday Season off at the Festival of Trees
With strong Boise community and Idaho
corporate support, the Festival of Trees has raised over $9 million dollars for community healthcare within Boise and the Treasure Valley.
The beneficiary this year is the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Center.
Start the Christmas Holiday Season off at the Festival of Trees!
Festival of Trees - Special Attractions
North Pole Village
Let the kids know that they will be able to create a Christmas card, color an ornament, visit with the Elves, and then take a picture with Santa!
You'll get the chance to win a Christmas tree with our raffle giveaway.
Children's Scavenger Hunt
There will be a scavenger hunt with the prize being a season pass to Roaring Springs Water Park.
The Festival of Trees and the Boise School District will have a art gallery featuring artists from kindergarten to 6th Grade.
You will also be able to do some Christmas shopping at the Festival Gift Shop.
There will be continuous entertainment throughout the Festival featuring local dance groups, choirs and musicians.