Welcome to the Festival of Trees
Benefiting Primary Children’s Hospital
A magical holiday tradition celebrating children’s health in our Utah community, the 2022 Festival of Trees will take place at the Mountain America Exposition Center November 30 – December 3. Incredible community volunteers create and donate the most beautiful holiday decorations including extravagant trees, stunning wreaths, hand-crafted gingerbread houses, and much more to be bid on in a silent auction. Funds raised during the Festival support the children at Primary Children’s Hospital.
About the Event
Join us Wednesday, November 30 - Saturday, December 3, 2022We are excited to be back in person and open to the public! Start your Holiday season off with family and friends enjoying this festive event.
Tickets will go on sale November 1, 2022.
Wednesday, November 30 – Friday, December 2
10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday, December 3
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mountain America Exposition Center
9575 State St, Sandy, UT 84070
The silent auction opens on November 29 at 6 p.m. and closes December 1 at 8 p.m. and will be accessible to all who wish to participate through the link under How to Participate on this site.
The 2022 Festival of Trees will Showcase:
- Beautifully adorned 7’-10’ Designer Trees
- Beautifully adorned 4’-6’ Designer Trees
- Centerpieces & Collectibles
- Scones & Sweet Rolls
- Sweet Shoppe
- Elf Emporium
- Gingerbread Village
- Gift Shoppe
- Kid’s Korner
- Playhouse Plaza
- Live Performances
- Santa Land
In August of 2016, four-year-old Brailey suffered a traumatic accident in which she lost her right leg below the knee. Brailey was then Life Flighted to Primary Children’s Hospital while her parents drove to meet her there from Pleasant Grove, Utah. “It was the longest drive of all time,” her dad, Jacob, said. Brailey spent 29 days at Primary Children’s, three days in the ICU, and the remainder in the trauma department.
Now 11 years old, Brailey loves playing soccer and basketball, and running around with her dog Appa. “People ask me questions, and we like to say funny stuff about it,” Brailey said. “Like attacked by ninjas.”
Brailey continues to receive care to refit her prosthetic leg as she grows. Inspired by the team who treated her injury, Brailey wants to become a general surgeon one day. Funds raised during the Festival support the children at Primary Children’s Hospital. Your donation makes a difference.
Please join us as a sponsor of the 2022 Festival of Trees. We are pleased to announce proceeds from this year’s event will continue to support Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital to build the nation’s model health system for children.
By sponsoring this year’s Festival of Trees, you will have the opportunity to reach thousands of community members and become a part of the Festival Legacy!
To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities please click the link below.