Weymouth celebrates Festival of Trees
Izzy Mullen, left and her sister Khloe Mullen examine a gingerbread display as they decide which one will get their vote during Weymouth’s Festival of Trees.
The Christmas spirit is alive and well in the village of Weymouth as the holiday season kicked off with the 12th annual Festival of Trees, hosted by Sissiboo Landing, last weekend.
The festival was kicked off Nov. 23 and 24 but runs to Dec. 1.
The festival is a fundraiser for the Weymouth Waterfront Development Committee, which operates Sissiboo Landing.
Daytime hours for the festival from Monday to Friday (Nov. 26 to 30) are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday and Friday also will include evening sessions (6 to 8 p.m.). The last viewing day will be Saturday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Lilly Musizza of New Edinburgh is all smiles as she tells Santa what she would like to have for Christmas during her visit to Sissiboo Landing for the 12th annual Festival of Trees.
Marguerite and Charlie Thibault admire one of the Christmas trees on display at Sissiboo Landing during Weymouth’s Festival of Trees.
Bennett Sabine eyes Santa warily as his baby cousin Brynlee Mellor-Amero does not seem the least bothered by who is holding her.
Christopher Campbell of Yarmouth decides A Very Shanty Christmas gingerbread house gets his vote at Sissiboo Landing’s Festival of Trees in Weymouth.