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Festival of Trees
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30th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TREES

Every year during the holidays the Museum of East Texas transforms into a brightly colored forest lined with rows of trees covered in festive holiday decorations. The community comes together to put on the Festival of Trees as each tree decorated and displayed is sponsored by a business, family, group of friends, or individual. Bring the whole family and wander through our philanthropic forest.

Festival of the Trees opens November 25. Join us as we celebrate the 30th year of this glittering annual event! Open seven days a week through January 10, 2025.  Free and open to all.

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MEMBERS' GALA 2024

DECEMBER  14

The Gala is an event that celebrates Museum members for their dedication and their support. Join us for a fun night of food, drinks and celebrate the season among the splendor of the trees! This is a ticketed event for our members on Saturday, December 14 starting at 7 p.m.  If you are not a member and would like to join, please click the button below.

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PUMPKIN PARTY

Join us on Friday, October 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. as we collaborate with the City of Lufkin's Boo Bash on the Plaza! Decorate a pumpkin, play some fun fall themed games, get your face painted, and take photos at our photo board. This event is free and open to the public, thanks to our sponsors and members.

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FAMILY DAY AT
THE MUSEUM

Family Day at the Museum of East Texas is one of our favorite holiday traditions. This event will be held on December 8 from 2 to 4pm. Visit with Santa, take in the Festival of the Trees, create holiday crafts, enjoy refreshments, and find a treat at the Museum’s gift shop. This event is free and open to the public, thanks to our sponsors and members. 

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Diner & Dancing

ODD BALL 2024
MARCH 1, 2024
7 P.M.

We're back for another epic night of the annual ODD BALL at the Museum of East Texas! 

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