The guests of honor at the ceremony where the 21-foot Douglas Fir was lit were members of the military.
The White House takes delivery, today, of its official Christmas tree– an 18-and-a-half-foot Douglass fir from right here in Eastern Pennsylvania. This is the third time the Lehigh Valley’s Crystal Springs farm has provided the first family’s tree.
The holiday season just isn’t official until the trees have been lit downtown. Here are some of the area’s best tree lighting events and ceremonies.
A photo of a previous Mutter holiday tree includes baubles such as two-headed gingerbread men and what appears to be a piece of cardboard advertising “The Clap.”
The trees, dropped off at specific locations, are put to use by the Department of Parks and Recreation for composting or shredded for mulch.
Holiday decorations make a home more festive, but they can also be dangerous if consumers are not careful. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice to keep your family and your pets safe.
A 4-year- research project indicates getting a fresh tree for Christmas may be better for the environment.
Many people say they wait until a couple of weeks before Christmas to make sure the tree stays fresh.
A giant tree stands at the center of the drained fountain. Kids were running and playing on the big green stage surrounding the tree.
The Philadelphia Streets Department has announced that The Residential Christmas Tree Recycling Program will run for two weeks in 2012.
For all those who like to like to party hard during the holiday season, you may find an interest in this cool attraction.
Check out these great farms to make getting the tree a memorable and hands-on family fun experience!!
Standing over 30 feet tall and adorned with over 3,000 lights, the Christmas Tree in Rittenhouse Square lit up the night sky Wednesday night
So with all the rain we got this summer, is that affecting the Christmas tree crop? Depends on where you go and how the farmer handled it all.
Helping youngsters in need get through the winter is the aim of the 14th annual Mitten Tree campaign in the Delaware County courthouse in Media. And for the second year in a row, you’re being invited to take part.