The Village of Roselle is pleased to bring back the Annual Youth Holiday Tree Program again this year. Up to twenty trees will be available for decorating beginning Saturday, November 19, and will be displayed along the sidewalks that circle the Village Hall. All youth groups, classes, and clubs are invited to participate in this free program.
Trees will be assigned on a first come, first served basis and must be completed by noon on November 26. The number of trees a group can decorate is limited so that all areas of town are represented. Not all trees will have access to electricity and early registration is important if tree lights are desired. There is no required theme, however there are certain rules.
Decorating may not begin until Saturday, November 19, and must be completed by noon on Saturday, November 26, prior to Santa’s visit and the annual lighting of the Roselle Library holiday tree.
Only outdoor, UL rated lights may be used on the trees (not all trees will have access to electricity). Tinsel of any kind is not allowed.
Decorations must be taken down by the end of the day on Sunday, January 8. Participation in future events may be affected for those groups that do not take down their decorations on time.
The Village is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged decorations.
The program is open to youth groups, classes, and clubs with members who are 18 years of age or younger. Participants must be from Roselle, or their members must include Roselle residents.
Groups wishing to decorate a holiday tree around the Village Hall may email Karen Schulz or call (630) 671-2801.