The Savanna Historical Society will hold its annual Festival of Trees Nov. 29-Dec. 15 at the Savanna Museum and Cultural Center, 406 Main St.

“Our annual jolly event will brighten the holiday for our visitors and community and raise funds to continue work on the Savanna Museum and Cultural Center,” said Jean Ferris, events committee chair.

Over 50 trees and displays will be on hand to view sponsored by local businesses, organizations, school, church and individuals.

Raffle gifts and items from Santa’s workshop will be available to bid on.

Admission to the festival is free to the public, although donations will be accepted.

Each display will offer a raffle item. To win, visitors purchase tickets to place in a gift bag of their choice. At the end of the festival, winning names are drawn from each gift bags. Winners will be called Dec. 15.

During the festival, all visitors can vote for ‘best tree’ in each category, full size, tabletop and creative tree. Votes are counted and winners are announced at the end of the festival. Ribbons are awarded and winners published.

“The Savanna Historical Society NFP/Savanna Museum and Cultural Center thanks everyone for their outstanding community support,” said Ferris.