Holiday Tree Festival Special Raffle: A Jo-Ann Frozen Winter Wonderland

2014 Holiday Tree Festival

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store, a major underwriter of the Holiday Tree Festival, and its Inspiration Elves have been hard at work this year creating their own creative and icy version of a Frozen Winter Wonderland, which is a part of this year’s special raffle.

Contributing to #GivingTuesday on Dec. 2 will help support the Toy Fund


Every dollar donated to Akron Children’s goes right back to our patients and their families. On Dec. 2, you can be a part of this cycle of giving by supporting Akron Children’s during the 3rd annual #GivingTuesday celebration.

Hats off to volunteerism


Abraham Lincoln, Indiana Jones and even Dr. Seuss tales were all known for their hats. And while you won’t find Mary Leuca’s hat in Hollywood or the history books, you can see her ever-changing volunteer ‘hat’ on display at Akron Children’s Hospital and the 2014 Holiday Tree Festival at the John S. Knight Center. “I […]

It’s beginning to look a lot like the Holiday Tree Festival (Photo gallery)

2014 Holiday Tree Festival

From traditional glitter and gold to an out-of-this-world tree experience, the 2014 Holiday Tree Festival, sponsored by the volunteers of Akron Children’s Hospital, has something for everyone. Check out the 33rd annual Holiday Tree Festival, now through Nov. 30 at the John S. Knight Center in Akron. Admission is free.

Holiday Tree Festival Tree Spotlight – Just B Hopeful

In the 33rd annual Holiday Tree Festival, Just B Design and Abshire and Haylan’s, a jewelry store in Stow, Ohio, wanted to do something unique with their tree, which they named Just B Hopeful.

Tree Spotlight: Pennies from Heaven

Pennies from Heaven tree - Holiday Tree Festival

Rhonda Sloan and Colleen Morgan of Macy’s Department Store found the inspiration behind their Holiday Tree Festival tree design from the poem Pennies from Heaven. Their tree is one of many unique trees you can see at this year’s 33rd annual Holiday Tree Festival at the John S. Knight Center through Nov. 30. Admission is free.