The 4th Annual Indoor Christmas Tree Walk
Plans are well underway for the 2019 Indoor Christmas Tree Walk, scheduled to open the evening of November 25 and display through year-end. The tree walk will be inside the Roseau County Museum located in the Roseau City Center where it is warm and toasty so you can enjoy creatively decorated trees without freezing. The trees on display will be decorated by individuals, families, or groups, businesses, etc. from throughout the county. In years past we have traditionally decorated trees with snowflakes, candy canes, angels, bows and pinecones, or antique ornaments. We have also seen teddy bears, paintbrushes, homemade décor, chalk painted ornaments, shotgun shells, books, and more.
Here is your chance to use your imagination and decorate a tree to be viewed by all that visit the museum over the holidays. We invite people of all ages, groups, organizations, businesses, daycares, etc. to help decorate the museum with your decorating skills. As mentioned above decoration can be handmade, bought, recycled, you name it. They can tell the story of your organization in a contemporary or outside the norm way. We have several artificial trees of various sizes and lights available on a first-come basis. Or, you may choose to bring your artificial tree of any size and your own lights.
We will be accepting registration up until November 22. Registration Form 2019.🎄 The trees must be decorated between November 20-23. Visitors will be able to vote for their favorite trees by placing money in boxes at each tree. The top three voted trees will win a cash prize. All proceeds from the boxes will go to benefit the Roseau County Historical Society’s mission to collect, preserve, and share the history of the county.
The opening event will coincide with the Scandinavian Christmas program with Ross Sutter and company and a catered meal.
If you have any questions or would like to register, please contact us. You can reach the Roseau County Historical Society at 218-463-1918 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more information on our Facebook page.
Past Decorated Trees