Win a “Holiday Fanta-SEA” of Gifts

Cape Cod Charitable funraisers

The holidays are fast approaching and the National Marine Life Center will be participating in the Spectacle of Trees again this year! That means you have the chance to win over $11,000 in prizes just in time for the holidays!Spectacle Final!!

Please join the National Marine Life Center and many other nonprofit organizations at the JFK Museum in Hyannis for the “Spectacle of Trees”. The 7th Annual Spectacle of Trees hosted by the Cape Cod Charitable FunRaisers will attract thousands of visitors to view and take a chance at winning some fabulous prizes this Holiday season. The NMLC’s “Holiday Fanta-SEA” tree is valued at over $11,000 and for just $10 a ticket, it could all be yours!!!

Thanks to our fabulous community donors our tree is decked from seafloor to ocean surface with mystical sea creatures celebrating life in our oceans! National Marine Life tree is adorned with marine life of all shapes and sizes, and the “Holiday Fanta-SEA” tree has something for everyone! and the complete list of gift items include:

Not to mention a priceless NMLC Ultimate Animal Adoption Package  including:

  • Choice of Sea Turtle or Seal Patient
  • Opportunity to release your animal
  • Behind the scenes tour for up to 8 people
  • Animal Feeding for up to 2 people &
  • Picture and Story of your animal

*Vacations do not include airfare and are subject to a $125 per person per day/person all-inclusive dining and activity fee. Some date restrictions apply. Shipping of items is not included.


This is a chance well worth taking. Get something for everyone on your list for just $10. Check out the beautifully decorated tree at the JFK Museum in Hyannis

December 4th – December 12th

 Drawing will be held on Saturday December 12th

(you do not need to be present to win)

The clock is tickin’… tickets are available at the National Marine Life Center at 120 Main St in Buzzards Bay or online at, For more information, please call the NMLC at 508-743-9888. All proceeds benefit NMLC and our efforts in the rehabilitation and recovery of stranded marine animals.