Jann Pitcher Real Estate office will again host the Pagosa Waldorf Initiative sustainably-harvested Christmas tree sale. The office is located on Eagle Drive, adjacent to U.S. 160, at the top of Put Hill.
This year, 100 trees were harvested at Banded Peak Ranch near Chromo just last week. The trees are white pine and make great Christmas trees with soft needles. They range in height from 5 to over 10 feet.
The Pagosa Waldorf group will also offer some holiday fun with music featuring children from their community on Saturday, Dec.. 5. There will be a performance by local fiddler Colin Oliver at 10:30 a.m. The kindergarten, first- and second-graders from Treasure Mountain Educational Cooperative will perform some traditional holiday favorites along with some sweet seasonal songs starting at noon. Miah Pitcher and Jen Tuggle will offer some music to get you in the holiday mood as you find your tree at 2 p.m..
In addition, between 2 and 4 p.m., your child will have a chance to make an ornament for your tree with help from the Magical Hands handwork team.
There will be hot cider offered between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday only. At 1 p.m. a magical holiday tale will be told for children of all ages.
Your purchase of a tree is tax deductible and helps support the health of the forest in our area. Trees are reasonably priced with proceeds from this sale benefiting the non-profit Waldorf group here in Pagosa Springs.