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Celebrate the Season at The Trapp Family Lodge Tree Lighting Ceremony

Only in its second year, the Trapp Family Lodge Tree Lighting Ceremony is the perfect way to end your Thanksgiving Weekend.

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The ‘giving of thanks’ is done (even though some turkey may still be lingering in your home). And as the calendar gets ready to turn to December, heralding in a different sort of holiday activities in Stowe, there is one final November event that will be sure to get you in the spirit of the season. The Trapp Family Lodge is a hallmark in Stowe, Vermont and always has an event calendar full of activities for locals and tourists alike to enjoy. “A Little of Austria… A Lot of Vermont”, this unique mountain resort celebrates the holidays in Stowe with true Old World charm. While their lovely traditional decorations have always captivated visitors, 2018 was the first year that the Lodge decided to host an official tree lighting. Yet after last year’s success, The Trapp Family Lodge Tree Lighting Ceremony is back for its second year!

Taking place on the Sunday after Thanksgiving – November 30 – The Trapp Family Lodge Tree will kick off the winter holiday season in style as they officially turn on all of their holiday lights. Their normal fun activities, from snowshoeing to cross-country skiing, will be available as well as the beginning of their beloved Gingerbread House displays being revealed by their master bakers. The actual ceremony takes place at 5 PM and will include caroling, photo opportunities in front of the glorious Christmas tree, and many other family memories that you will cherish for years to come.

After a jam-packed day of festive fun at The Lodge, you’ll want a comfortable home to return to. Located just 4 miles away is The Green Mountain Inn, offering you all of the comfort and convenience you will need to make your stay in Stowe for the holidays one to remember.

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