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2013 Events

 The Fairmont Olympic Hotel

411 University Street, Seattle

Festival of Trees Celebration
Festival of Trees Celebration
 
Festival of Trees Viewing - November 22 - December 3, 2014
Our 2013 trees have been delivered to the purchaser's home or office. Next year, we will again have twenty-one designer trees on display in the lobby and grand motor entrance of the Fairmont Olympic Hotel starting at noon on November 22 and continuing through December 3, 2014.  

Come view the trees at any time during the display, and read the inspiring stories of Seattle Children's patients. Pick up an informational card from the Concierge Desk to find out how you can support Festival of Trees and Seattle Children's Hospital.





 
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Festival of Trees featuring the Colors of Autism Gala Dinner
Our 2013 Gala Dinner was a tremendous success, thanks to our generous guests. The proceeds benefit the Seattle Children's Autism Center and Uncompensated Care at Seattle Children's Hospital.
 
If you would like to be added to our invitation list for next year, please contact Suzanne Hight at 206 236 6167.


 
Celebration guests gather around as Featured patient Tori Cartwright prepares to light the Fairmont Olympic's grand tre
Celebration guests gather around as Featured patient Tori Cartwright prepares to light the Fairmont Olympic's grand tree.

Festival of Trees Celebration
Come and enjoy our free family-oriented Festival of Trees Celebration on November 23th. Our guests, featured patients, friends and family will enjoy entertainment provided by the St. Jude Parish Sanctuary Choir. Story tellers will read Christmas stories.  

Last year, Tori Cartwright, one of our our featured patients started the Celebration by lighting the Fairmont Olympic's grand lobby tree. Gwen and Drew Murphy opened the Teddy Bear Suite for the season. 

Numerous holiday items, including wreaths, small trees, table decorations, and ornaments were designed and crafted by our guild members especially for our guests. Children posed with Santa for a photo taken by Yuen Lui Photography.


Proceeds from the Festival of Trees Celebration benefit the Seattle Children's Autism Center and uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital. Your support enables the hospital's to continue it's research toward new treatments and cures for diseases and allows Seattle Children's to provide the highest quality, family-oriented care. 
 

Featured patients Gwen and Drew Murphy and cousins enjoyed the Teddy Bear Suite.
Featured patients Gwen and Drew Murphy and cousins enjoyed the Teddy Bear Suite.
Fairmont Olympic Hotel Teddy Bear Suite:  November 23 – December 24
An enchanting room filled with teddy bears and holiday cheer. Open Monday - Thursday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm; Friday - Sunday (and Christmas), 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. 
 
Thousands of locals and visitors alike flock to the Teddy Bear Suite at The Olympic Hotel as part of an annual holiday tradition. Brimming with Teddy Bears and professionally decorated by local interior designer Kevin Bradford, one of the hotel’s biggest suites is magically transformed into a teddy bear wonderland for kids and parents to enjoy. The suite is ideal for family photos and a perfect respite from the holiday hustle and bustle. Donations taken at the suite benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Christmas Floral sponsored by Delta Air Lines will be auctioned on Sunday, November 24th at 4:30 pm.
Christmas Floral sponsored by Delta Air Lines will be auctioned on Sunday, November 24th at 4:30 pm.
Tree Raffle  
A beautiful designer tree will be raffled on Sunday, November 23th.  Proceeds from the raffle benefit uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital and the Seattle Children's Autism Center. 
 
Fairmont Olympic Hotel Festival of Trees Menu in the Georgian Room:  November 22 – January 3. 
Order from a specially created menu and a portion of your bill will support the Festival of Trees. Festival of Trees menu will be listed on Fairmont Olympic Hotel website.
 
Fairmont Olympic Hotel:  November 22 – January 3. 
10% of room rate for either overnight accommodations or meeting rooms will support the Festival of Trees.
 
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Benefiting Seattle Children's Autism Center and uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital.