A toast to winning Christmas tree

The results are in for the most popular Christmas tree at the 6th Annual Bucks County Holiday Treefest, and the winner is:  “Trim the Pine and Drink Some Wine,” sponsored and decorated by 263 Marketplace.

The festival at the county Visitors Center on Street Road in Bensalem featured 25 themed trees during the holiday season, with the nearly 5,000 people who attended able to vote for their favorite. The winning tree was decked out in big, red bows; white flowers; flowing ribbons; and wine bottles.

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The winning Christmas tree, decorated with the theme, “Trim the Pine and Drink Some Wine.” (Visit Bucks County)

Each of the trees were sponsored by a member of the county’s visitors agency or on behalf of a charity or non-profit organization. The winner, 263 Marketplace, is an indoor shopping village in Warminster, that has more than 70 booths offering antiques, jewelry, cookware, local wine and  collectibles. It is open Friday through Sunday.

The rest of the Top 10 vote-getters are:

2nd Place    “Peace On Earth To All Of Good Will,” sponsored and decorated by St. Katharine Drexel Mission Center and National Shrine

3rd Place   “The Commitment Tree,” sponsored and decorated by Carson Valley Children’s Aid

4th Place   “Giving Shoes,” sponsored by Shady Brook Farm, decorated by ReUse Your Shoes

5th Place   “A Critter Christmas,” sponsored by Pearl S. Buck House, decorated by Manor College

6th Place   “Very Merry Doughnuts,” sponsored and decorated by Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

7th Place   “Handmade in Bucks County,” sponsored by James River Cabinetry, decorated by St. Andrew School Father's Committee

8th Place  “Have a Harley Holiday,” sponsored and decorated by Sam's Motorcycles

9th Place   “Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouts,” sponsored by Conifer's Image, decorated by Girl Scout Troup 2359

10th Place  “Along the Trail in Bucks,”sSponsored and decorated by Bucks County Wine Trail

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