Tree chosen for 11th Annual Festival of Lights; Set for Dec. 3

Tree to be erected Nov. 28 on Harlan Plaza, decorated during week

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The Green Bay Packers and Festival Foods are set to host the 11th annual Festival of Lights at Lambeau Field on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.

The family-themed event, free to the public, will begin at 5 p.m. in the Lambeau Field Atrium, and feature holiday movies and cartoons, holiday card making, area high school choirs performing holiday music and photo opportunities with Santa Claus.

Families will also have the chance to decorate sugar cookies provided by Festival Foods.

Volunteers will also be on hand during the event to collect toys and donations for Toys for Tots. Families attending the Festival of Lights are encouraged to donate new, unwrapped toys to help families in need this holiday season.

At 6:30 p.m., the event will move out onto Harlan Plaza for the formal lighting of the tree.

The tree has been chosen for the event and will be harvested the morning of Monday, Nov. 28, in Green Bay, and erected on Harlan Plaza by Miron Construction. The decoration of the tree will follow later in the week with more than 10,000 lights. The winning tree was selected through a submission process in which fans submitted a photo of their tree and explained why it should be chosen.

Margaret Buchmann and her daughter, Suzanne Berkovitz, of Green Bay will donate their family's spruce tree to display at Lambeau Field this holiday season.  Buchmann and her family are lifelong Packers fans and said they are honored to be able to participate in this year's Festival of Lights to help celebrate the holiday season.

In recognition of providing the tree for the event, Buchmann and Berkovitz will receive four tickets to the Green Bay Packers-Minnesota Vikings game on Dec. 24.

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