By Brad Segall

BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — If you just can’t seem to let go of the holiday spirit, you’ll want to know that this is the final weekend to go out and see some beautifully decorated trees in Bucks County.

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This is the ninth year for the Holiday Tree Fest at the “Visit Bucks County” location in Bensalem, Pa.

The uniquely themed trees will remain on display through next Tuesday, when one will be singled out as the winner in this friendly competition.

Visit Bucks County president Jerry Lepping says the trees are decorated by local businesses and organizations.

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“Our problem is, we can’t fit more than 25 trees in,” he tells KYW Newsradio.  “Our main gallery is five thousand square feet, but with the exhibit from the Michener Museum around the perimeter and things like that, we just don’t have a lot more room.”

The event is so popular, he says, that many of the trees are already spoken for by April or May.

When Tree Fest draws to a close this week, Lepping says, about five thousand people will have come through the building to see the free display.

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