The Shelby County Historical Society and Grover Museum will begin set up for the annual Festival of Trees exhibit on October 23rd and is asking community members to help make this year’s show a success. As 2018 marks the 200th anniversary of the county’s first settlers in the area that would later become Shelby County, this year’s theme is, “Celebrating 200 Years of Shelby County Memories: From Settlers to Today.”
In keeping with this theme, we would like to invite you to participate in this exhibit by entering a tree that celebrates your organization, business or family history in Shelby County. Do you have a favorite story from Shelby County’s past or a favorite former resident? You can celebrate them too! We encourage you to be as creative as you wish with this year’s theme.
If you wish to participate, please call 317-392-4634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. We look forward to celebrating our history with you!
Exhibit Set Up: October 23rd to November 3rd
Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10-5
Exhibit Opens: Tuesday, November 3rd
Exhibit Closes: Saturday, December 29th
Exhibit Tear Down: January 2nd – January 5th
Participants are required to provide their own
tree, lights and decorations.