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2015 Christmas Tree Elegance starts tomorrow

Two of Spokane's outstanding destinations, the historic Davenport Hotel and River Park Square shopping and entertainment complex, will host Christmas Tree Elegance December 1-13. Christmas Tree Elegance is a raffle of 18 themed custom-decorated trees with prizes which include gift certificates, items and cash valued at $5,000 and a Father Christmas sculpture and a custom doll house. The chance to win one of the fabulously decorated trees and all its themed gifts has been a Spokane holiday tradition for more than 30 years.

Twelve decorated trees and a Father Christmas sculpture by Elizabeth Raol will grace the mezzanine of the historic Davenport Hotel. Sales for the Davenport trees and Father Christmas will end on December 12 with the drawing for winners at 9:30 pm.

Six holiday trees and a three-story custom doll house will line the second floor corridor at River Park Square. Sales for the River Park Square trees and the doll house will end on December 13 with the drawing at 5 pm.

This year, two of Christmas Tree Elegance's popular events have been combined to create a blockbuster Holiday Luncheon with Eckart and Friends at 11 am on December 9. Spokane Symphony Music Director Eckart Preu and 10 members of the orchestra will present a program of popular favorites. Door prizes and other fun activities will be included. Tickets for the luncheon in the Davenport's Grand Pennington Ballroom are on sale now. Reservations are required by calling 509-458-8733.

The annual extravaganza is created and sponsored by Spokane Symphony Associates, a 300-member volunteer organization that raises more than $250,000 in support of the Spokane Symphony each year.

For more information, visit www.symphonyassociates.org.


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