Get your Christmas tree to help light up Duncan’s City Square

The Duncan Business Improvement Area Society is sponsoring the 12th Annual Community Christmas Tree Forest in City Square

It’s time to order your Christmas tree.

The Duncan Business Improvement Area Society is sponsoring the 12th Annual Community Christmas Tree Forest in City Square to light up downtown for a festive 2015.

The DBIA is inviting all community groups, organizations and businesses to take the opportunity to tell the community a little about themselves, while at the same time helping to beautify the heart of the city.

Live trees in pots are available for $73 each and at the end of the season purchasers can take them home and plant them or donate them to a community agency or family that does not have a Christmas tree. The tree can also be adopted and planted by a community group.

Trees must be lit and participants are encouraged to decorate using items that are weather proof and more creative than valuable.

To get a tree, contact the DBIA before Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 250-715-1700 or email dbia@downtownduncan.ca. Decorating day will be Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 11 a.m. In city square. All trees must be decorated by the Christmas Kick Off scheduled for Friday, Nov. 27.

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