It’s not often that a Corvette encounters a forest of Christmas trees before it ever leaves the showroom, but that’s exactly what will happen when 50 live, beautifully-decorated Christmas trees transform the Rossi Chevrolet Buick GMC showroom at 360 Route 31 South in Washington into a living Christmas card.
The Rossi family will host the 6th annual Festival of Trees for the benefit of Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. and The Arc of Warren County on Thursday, Dec.10, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
This holiday-inspired reception will also offer holiday music performed by The Warren County Singers, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, and a beautiful array of desserts and coffee. Guests will enjoy viewing and voting for their favorite decorated trees, all of which are donated by Evergreen Valley Christmas Tree Farm, Washington, and sponsored by local business owners and other friends in the community.
“It is a true pleasure and honor to again work with Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. and The Arc of Warren County for our sixth Festival of Trees,” said Patti Sue Rossi. “The broad community support we have received in the past has been a great way to honor these two organizations and bring so many community members together to celebrate the holiday season.”
Tickets for the event are $40 per person and include hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Special sponsorship packages and ticket information are available online or by calling 908-689-0224 x13. And don’t forget to follow the event on its Facebook page!
Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. provides a full array of day and community employment support services to individuals with disabilities in Warren County. The Arc provides lifelong service and support to this population with services that include residential, recreation, employment, family support, early intervention, and a wide range of social service and advocacy programs.