While the Christmas season has come to an end and the New Year has been rung in, some people opt to leave their trees up after Jan. 1.
Afterall, the Epiphany – the 12th Day of Christmas – is Jan. 6. That is the day that the Three Kings, also known as the Magi, met the baby Jesus and delivered their gifts.
Many cultures have another celebration on Epiphany, also known as Three Kings Day. Do you celebrate this day? If so, tell us how you celebarte in the comments section below!
If you have taken your tree down or will be taking it down this week, what are you planning to do with it? Medfield's Boy Scout Troop 89 is once again offering to pick up Christmas trees on Jan. 7 and Jan. 14. This is the troop's biggest fundraiser of the year, providing curbside pickup for residents wishing to dispose of their Christmas trees. Funds raised help support the troop's various activities throughout the year.
For more information or to make a reservation, contact Medfield Troop 89 at (508) 359-1574 or email@example.com.
A tax-deductible donation of $12 per tree is requested to support the Boy Scout activities.
So Medfield, we want to know:
Today's question: Is your tree still up? If not, when did you take it down? Take our poll and add your thoughts in the comments.