Friday, December 1, 4-8pm
4pm: Doors OPEN!

  • Throughout the event Shop and Bid!

    Artist Vendors in 3 Classrooms & Cafetorium, Silent Auction Festival of Trees, Santa, Paper Crafts, & Food.

  • 10am-3pm Vendor Check in
  • 4pm Live performance by Time & Tide Dancers
  • 5pm Live performance by Time & Tide Dancers
  • 6pm Violinists by Beautiful Savior School of Music
  • 7pm Santa on Stage

Saturday, December 2, 10am-4pm
10am: Doors OPEN!

  • Throughout the event Shop and Bid!

    Artist Vendors in 3 Classrooms & Cafetorium, Silent Auction Festival of Trees, Santa, Paper Crafts, & Food.

  • 11am-3pm Santa is HERE!
  • 12pm Live performance by Time & Tide Dancers
  • 2pm Live performance by Time & Tide Dancers
  • 3pm Door Prize and Raffle Prize winners Drawn
  • 3:30pm Festival of Trees Closes
  • 3:45-5pm Tree payment & Pick-up
  • 4pm Artists & Vendors Break down

FREE Shuttle Bus!

A Shuttle Bus will provide free rides between Gardiner and Winchester Bay for two great festivals to experience!

Shuttle runs from 10am to 3:330pm on Saturday!

Umpqua Lighthouse (10am Pickup) – Umpqua Dunes Campground Winchester Bay RV Resort – McKay’s Market – OCSA (3:30pm Pickup)

Door Prizes! Enter for your chance to win!

Participate for a chance to win a two-night getaway on the Southern Oregon Coast, complete with accommodations, and enjoy a pottery class for six, personally instructed by Emily Free Wilson.
Tickets are $5 to enter.

The Reedsport Education Enrichment Foundation (REEF) was established in 2000 by a small group of community members as a response to continued reductions in school funding that rendered the local school district unable to fund a variety of educational activities and opportunities that it once did.

REEF’s mission is to procure monies through ongoing fundraising activities for academics that students would otherwise be unable to take advantage of.

Since its inception in 2000, REEF has been able to grant more than $500,000 to the Reedsport School District. An example of grants would be for field trips, classroom supplies, books, art equipment etc.

REEF gets its funding from a variety of sources. In addition to individual donations, each year we host the REEF Benefit Golf Scramble in September and the first Saturday of March is the Jim Akre Tall Timber Recognition Banquet to recognize community education supporters.

It is important to note that without the support of the community, Alumni and friends, we could never do what we do. These groups are the backbone of REEF. As a board, we act as the agent entrusted by them to redistribute the money raised to the best advantage of the students of the Reedsport School District.

REEF Board
Mark Bedard
Patrick Roelle
Pam McCrae
Sandi Donnelly
Laurice Hedges