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Thank you for participating in this year's WSRE PBS Festival of Trees!

Bidding Is Closed

  2023 Festival of Trees Event Info  

Online Bidding (Closed):

Thursday, Nov 23, 12am

In-Person Event Friday–Sunday, Nov 24-26:

Friday 12pm–6pm

Saturday 10am–6pm

Sunday 12pm–3pm


Museum of Commerce
201 Zaragoza Street in Historic Pensacola Village

This holiday season, deck the halls in support of WSRE PBS! Visit the WSRE Festival of Trees—in person or virtually—for a magical display of trees and wreaths, decorated by local designers and community groups and available for purchase or online auction bidding in support of the public television programs you love. 

Admission is free! Online bidding begins right here at 12am on Thanksgiving day!

Purchased items can be picked up at the Museum of Commerce on Sunday, Nov. 26, from 3pm to 6pm, and tree delivery will be available for a fee.

We thank the following organizations and individuals sponsoring and decorating trees and wreaths: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Delta Iota Omega Chapter); Nicci Baierlein and Terra Palmer; Amy Lorenger, Shelli Branch and Vicki Buttino; Linda Eskildsen, Erika Nix and Tia Brown; Chill & Chat Ladies; Dillard’s Pensacola; Lennie Ann Foster; Mary Fritz; The Global Corner; Good Foundations, Inc.; Gulfcoast Calligraphy Guild; Humanists of West Florida; Innisfree Hotels; Junior League of Pensacola; Krewe of Cheers; Krewe of Lost Key; Krewe of S.W.A.T.; Taxie Lambert; Loxley Crochet Club; Miracle League of Pensacola; The Missing Pieces Resource Company, LLC; Noire Investment Group/Pensacola Black Professionals; Pensacola State College Veteran Student Success Center; Jane Phillips; Ransom Middle School National Junior Honor Society; James W. Stegall; University of West Florida Graduate School; Dr. Brent Videau; Vineyard Family House; VMJ Holiday Designs; and West Florida Roller Derby (WFRD).


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Agatha Christie: Lucy Worsley on the Mystery Queen

'The Mousetrap'

Lucy discovers the origins of Agatha's most famous play, "The Mousetrap."

Available with WSRE PBS Passport