The Eden Prairie Historical Society will be hosting the 3rd annual EP Sharing Tree lighting event on November 28th at the historic Cummins Farmhouse in Eden Prairie.
The Sharing Tree event celebrates the winter season for all cultures and religions. It is a symbol of joy and hope for good things to come in the new year.
The Eden Prairie Historical Society started the EP Sharing Tree festive event for Eden Prairie’s non-profit organizations. These organizations were invited to adorn the tree with unique handmade ornaments.
Due to COVID-19 challenges attendance to the Sharing Tree event this year is limited. The November 28th event will be a private, socially distanced gathering for historical society members only.
Community invited to EP Sharing Tree after Nov. 28
Local non-profit businesses, and all Eden Prairie residents, are invited to hang a special ornament on the Sharing Tree in honor of their beliefs, customs, or special memory after November 28.
The tree itself is graciously donated by the Optimist Club of Eden Prairie and will be lit until the first of January.
Visit edenprairiehistory.org to learn more about the Eden Prairie Historical Society, upcoming events and programs.
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