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A holiday tradition returned on Friday at the Western Development Museum (WDM) in Saskatoon.

The operations manager of the 36th Annual Festival of Trees, Raylene Kershaw, said she couldn’t wait to see visitors again in person.

“It feels great to be personal to everyone again this year,” said Kershaw.

“I think we expect a lot of people to be here. A big turnout. “

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This year wreaths, gingerbread and 65 decorated trees will be offered.

Kershaw said the 2021 Festival of Trees could look different as health and COVID-19 safety are paramount.

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“When attending the (WDM), you’ll need to show your vaccination certificate for anyone 12 years and older and your photo ID or negative test,” said Kershaw.

“You should make sure that if you attend one of our ticketed special events, you allow a little more time just to pass your door demonstration.

“We also put up a tent outside to give people a bit of protection from the elements so they can watch out. We are also cashless at the festival. So bring your plastic with you and we’ll be happy to sell you a few cookies or a tree. “

The nine-day event is open until November 27th from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.


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