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Updated Nov. 14, 2020
Lansdale's Christmas Tree Display is on the way!
One of Lansdale Borough's most charming traditions, the annual Christmas Tree Display, is adapting for the COVID era.
(For our Christmas Tree Display page with the latest updates, click here.)
Join us in our excitement that another terrific program is being crafted to present Lansdale’s Ninth Annual Christmas Tree Display! This beloved community event is sponsored by Discover Lansdale and hosted by Lansdale’s own businesses on Main & Broad Streets, Lansdale!
Each year, imaginations are turned toward the hosts’ message and/or mission, and this year, “Walking in a Window Wonderland” is a wink and a nod, and actually speaks to commerce and prosperity, and connectedness and community: The Spirit of the Season!
For those unfamiliar with this seasonal presentation, the program was devised as a business-to-business networking opportunity. Area businesses and other types of groups, including local nonprofits, decorate Christmas Trees for the community, and the community views and votes for its favorites!
New Format - A walking store-to-store experience! An anytime “open” schedule! And social distancing too!
Traditionally, each group participating in the display and the sponsors make use of ½ page of space in the keepsake Program Book, handed out to all visitors to the display.
But this season, in lieu of the Program Book, a custom “poster” will be placed in the participating Store Window for participants to tell about their tree and/or business, as well as a ½ size “poster” for the Sponsor’s work, if applicable.
This season, visitors and voters for the display will follow a "Window Wonderland Map" posted to Discover Lansdale’s website and “Christmas Tree Displays” Facebook Page! Here, you will also learn how to print voting cards to join in on the good spirited competition!
The Registration Form for the 2020 Holiday Season is linked here and below. Keep in mind that store windows are the spaces for the trees and there are only so many available; registrations and placements are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today!
Registration Forms are due by Wednesday, Nov. 4. The display will officially open Dec. 4, helping to kick off Lansdale’s joyous 2020 holiday season!
Sponsorships are available, for those with no time to devote to making their own presentation. Consider being a sponsor for one of the many worthy non-profit organizations in town.
So far, the Lansdale Historical Society, Manna on Main Street, the North Penn Commons, Lansdale Police Department and North Penn Valley Boys and Girls Club have been matched to support for participation.
Come along, and be a part of this highly anticipated and rewarding tradition for our town! We look forward to hearing from you!
— Your Elves
Cruise Lansdale with us (and benefit Manna) on Sept. 19th!
These are very challenging times for all of us, and unfortunately times continue to get worse for some.
Manna on Main Street is the needed hero for SO many families, and now is the time they need our help. We encourage everyone to bring a minimum of 3 canned goods to our annual Cruise Night on Sept 19, starting at 7 p.m.
Of course we've adapted the event to conform to COVID's safety restrictions. There will be no pre-cruise car show, no band, no awards presented, and no crowds.
This is not the way we expected to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Lansdale Cruise Night. But we do invite you to join us for a cruise down Main and Broad Streets in Lansdale, make a lap or two (or more) along the ‘ol cruise route, and at some point make a turn onto Madison Street.
There will be a drop off collection location for food donations. We will be there, in proper protection attire, to collect your donations, handed through your car window. There will be no need to get out of your vehicle.
We do have rules. A couple key ones:
Click here for the full flyer and information!
Hope to see you there!
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