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Annual Tree Fest To Help Families In Need

The Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra's annual tree fest is underway. Dozens of trees are on display inside the newly renovated Indiana Theatre in Terre Haute. Not only is it a fundraiser for the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, but all sponsored trees will be donated.
The Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra's annual tree fest is underway.

Dozens of trees are on display inside the newly renovated Indiana Theatre in Terre Haute.

Patrons can look at the trees while enjoying live music.

The event also benefits two causes.

Not only is it a fundraiser for the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, but all sponsored trees will be donated.

"The trees are all going to needy families. The event is Thursday through Sunday and at the conclusion, they'll go to 40 needy families for the holidays. Again, they have been sponsored by area companies, businesses and families, and everybody around that wants to participate in this cause," says Tiffani Schmidt, the executive director of the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra.

The trees will be on display this weekend at the Indiana Theatre.

You can view them from 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. on Saturday and from 1 P.M. to 4 P.M. on Sunday.

It costs $5 for adults and is free for kids ages 12 and under.
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