67th Winnipeg Scout Group (Friends of 67) - 54th Annual Christmas Tree Sale

starts Saturday, November 24, 2018!

Hours of operation for the season are:
Weekdays 4:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sundays 12:00 noon - 6:00 p.m.

Watch this site for tree-mendous prices, Christmas 2018.

Managed by volunteers, ready and willing to help make your holiday experience a memorable one.

Let us be one of your family’s Winnipeg Christmas traditions!

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bent tree

Check out these Christmas tree care tips!  

 Check out Christmas trees in the news

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Tree-mendous Prices

2017 Price List.*

All Sizes
(also called SNOW TIP) All Sizes

 SCOTCH PINE 5 – 7 ft. $38
 SCOTCH PINE 7 – 8 ft.
 WHITE PINE 5 – 7 ft.
 BALSAM FIR 6 – 7 ft.
 BALSAM FIR 7 – 8 ft.
 PREMIUM FRASER FIR 6 – 7 ft. $58
 PREMIUM FRASER FIR 10 – 12 ft. 
 CANAAN FIR 7 – 8 ft.
 CANAAN FIR 7 – 8 ft.  $68 

* Plus, $10 tax receipt issued on request.
* We accept cash or cheque (with current I.D.)
* Product mix may change if some varieties/sizes sell out.
* Every effort has been made to ensure listed prices are accurate.
    If you find that these prices differ from those posted at the tree lot:
        a) please be assured that the prices posted at the lot will prevail, and
        b) please let us know at 67thwpg@gmail.com.

Boy underneath Christmas trees

● "Scouts help Winnipeggers be prepared for Christmas"

● See Winnipeg Free Press profile of tree sale!

● November 26, 2017 edition

CTV reporter Josh Crabb reporting from 67th Winnipeg Scouts' Christmas Tree Lot November 30, 2017

● See also, CTV News Winnipeg report on wholesale price of trees

● Note, that we still have Tree-mendous prices

● Our prices have not gone up in three years

A proud tradition

Proceeds help to fund Scouting programs for our youth in the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group.

Thanks for your support.
67th crest

Special thanks to Corydon Community Centre and the many volunteers of the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group.

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