Join Us in Creating

An Exciting & Safe

Festival 2020

The world looks a little different now. 

Thanks to the sacrifices and courage of many, we are a little safer from the pandemic. Our Festival Leadership has determined it is not ethically responsible to bring you all together for our traditional Festival during fall flu/virus season in the absence of a Covid-19 vaccine.

 

We will continue Festival of Trees traditions virtually until we are able to safely gather and make magic again. We are launching our 2020 Holidays@Home Festival of Trees with a great decorating contest and other surprises. You and your family can celebrate the holidays with a larger community while supporting our cancer patients by voting on your favorite trees & displays.

We welcome your involvement in this Special Edition 2020 Holidays@Home Festival of Trees to bring some much-needed holiday spirit.

Cancer doesn’t understand Social Distancing, so we still need your help to support our services. Please review Festival Sponsorship information. We will be offering additional ways to get involved and support Ann’s Place.

Register your tree, other holiday displays, or Children's Challenge entries for all to enjoy online. Ask your friends and family to vote for your submission via donations and you could win a GENEROUS cash prize if you are the top fundraiser in your decorating category! This year the displays will be on our website, no tree moving involved! Your entries and bragging rights  remain with you to enjoy throughout the holidays. 

​Check back for details and registration dates. You do not have to live in Connecticut to enter.

Ann’s Place provides help and hope to individuals and their loved ones living with cancer with a host of free professional services aimed at improving quality of life during and after cancer. 

Covid-19 has complicated treatment access and recovery for cancer survivors, some of whom may be especially vulnerable to its impact. 

Your Festival participation helps us provide the heightened coping skills, information, and hope needed now more than ever.

The Way We Were!
Click on Flickr (2 dots) below to enjoy all of Festival 2019

Photos: Ann Hermann, Les Madaus, Sloan Howard and Shannon Cobb

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Ann’s Place provides help and hope to individuals and their loved ones living with cancer with a host of free professional services aimed at improving quality of life during and after cancer. 

2020 Festival of Trees Location: Wherever You Decorate for the Holidays@ Home!

​​Call us:

(203) 790-6568

​Find us: 

Ann’s Place

80 Saw Mill Rd, Danbury, CT 06810

Festival questions:

Call Jack Bouffard (203) 790-6568

E-mail: festival@annsplace.org

Visit Ann’s Place website:

www.annsplace.org