City Hall will take care of your old Christmas tree and broken holiday lights.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Friday, November 30, 2012
A number of area tree farms offer a classic tree-cutting holiday experience in December 2012.
For the freshest Christmas tree possible, cut your own at a local tree farm. The National Christmas Tree Association in Chesterfield offers tips on how to find the perfect tree: And if you’ve never cut down a tree, here are some guidelines from Chesterfield’s National Christmas Tree Association: Try one of these nearby farms for your tree: Christmas Traditions Tree Farm: This farm is 30 minutes west of St. Charles and offers trees, wreaths, swags, and other specialty items. Valley Farms This 27-acre farm has choose-and-cut Scotch Pines and precut Douglas and Fraser firs. Prices range from $4/foot to $6.50/foot. Heritage Valley Tree Farm The 75-acre family farm only accepts cash and checks. Brushy Fork Pines Grandparents, siblings, aunts, …
Friday, November 16, 2012
Fitz's first place winner and their family will be invited to Fitz's on Saturday, Nov. 24 at 5:30 p.m. to help officially kick off the holiday season in The Loop by lighting Fitz's 20 foot tall Christmas tree!