Bubbly & Bulbs

Members of the Quota Club of Estes Park invite you to the display of beautifully decorated trees for their Parade of Trees in the lobby of The Stanley Hotel. The variety of trees is incredible as always. The kick-off event, Bubbly & Bulbs will be held on Wednesday, November 13 from 5-7 p.m. At the gathering there will be free appetizers and champagne available as you browse the tables of trees and purchase tickets to enter the drawing to win your favorite one!

The Parade of Trees is held in conjunction with the Holiday Home Tour which will be held December 7.

Thirty-three wonderful creations decorated by many local businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals are set up for you to see. Stop by and see these beautifully decorated themed trees, many with gift certificates and goodies attached.

Chances for winning these trees will be sold at the hotel front desk for: 1 ticket for $1.00, 6 tickets for $5.00 or 13 tickets for $10.00. Purchase your tickets and put your full name and phone number on the back of the ticket for your chance to win. The trees will be moved to Good Samaritan Village just prior to the Home Tour on December 7, where you can continue to enter to win.

The drawing for the trees will be held on the day of the Home Tour at Good Sams at 4:00 p.m. and if you can’t be at the drawing, you need not be present to win, winners will be notified by phone.

Quota Club would like the thank The Stanley Hotel for displaying the trees in their lobby as well as hosting the Bubbly and Bulbs event continuing this holiday tradition. They would also like to thank Good Samaritan Village for hosting the trees from December 5, through the day of the Home Tour where the drawing will be held and lucky winners will pick up their trees.

Tickets for the Home Tour will be availablesoon at the Estes Park Visitors Center, Macdonald Book Shop, Estes Park News office or from any Quota member.

Cost for a Home Tour ticket is only $15. There will be five beautiful homes on the tour this year in addition to the holiday trees at Good Samaritan Village.

Proceeds from the Home Tour go to the many community projects of Estes Park Quota.

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