Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees 

Branching out.

Laurie Pearman

Branching out.

For 33 years, The Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees has put the holiday season into high gear, and helped raise more than $9 million to improve health care—proceeds from this year will benefit Saint Al's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Things get underway with a black-tie gala on Tuesday, Nov. 22, and then the doors swing open to the general public on Wednesday, Nov. 23. The 2016 festival includes Lego and train displays, a fashion show, visits with Santa, live performances and, of course, hundreds of the best looking trees of the season. As an extra gesture, a good many of the trees are purchased at the festival and find a home in the offices of scores of Idaho nonprofit organizations.

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