Celebrating Our 25th Season & Inspiring Christmas Traditions

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The Keris Family invites you and your family to visit their Christmas Tree Farm and specialty Christmas Shop this season.

On the 24-acre evergreen farm, choose and cut your own fresh tree from thousands of Douglas, Concolor, White Pine. For your convenience we offer a selection of pre-cut Fraser Fir. Starting November 22nd we encourage families to tag a tree to be cut later. A selection of fresh wreaths and roping are also available.

The Christmas Shop features unique Santas of vintage materials, each telling their own story. Aromatic Balsam Fir pillows in holiday fabrics, Annalee dolls, and nativity sets from Italy by Fontanini. Make a selection from our many styles of stockings, tree skirts, throws. pillows, and table accessories. Custom wreaths are also available with hand tied bows. The Christmas Shop will inspire you to create your own holiday style with finely crafted trimmings and decorative accessories.

Join us for Family Days at Keris Tree Farm, the first two weekends in December. Your children can visit with Santa by the fireplace, bring your camera to capture the moment. The local 4-H clubs will show their farm animals on the grounds, December 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th, 12-4pm.

We’ve invited the AHS choir to perform Christmas carols. The local pony club is also scheduled for this weekend. Enjoy a complimentary cup of hot mulled cider and cookies. Santa will be on hand to greet customers and spread Christmas cheer.

Bring a little Christmas spirit to deserving military families whose loved ones are away from home. Your donation to Trees for Troops is a great way to spread holiday cheer.

This year you can purchase a tree for a military family at Keris Tree Farm December 5th, 6th and 7th, or make a donation at www.treesfortroops.com.
Experience the thrill of choosing and cutting your own Christmas tree and understand how important agriculture and the remaining farmland is to our community and state.

Keris Tree Farm is open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 5p.m., starting November 21 through December 24 and is only closed on Thanksgiving day.