Monthly Archives: August 2011

2011 Capitol Christmas Tree Preparation Starting

August 31, 2011
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Follow @PeoplesTree All the preparation for the US Capitol Christmas tree are under way. As with preparations for any festival, it involves early planning so that the event runs smoothly. Just like any other celebration, The Us Capitol Christmas tree events are planned for early in the months before the actual events and activities.  Please see the list...

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Extended Dates for the Art and Ornaments: August 31 2011

August 22, 2011
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Follow @PeoplesTree Ever since 1964 when Speaker of the House of Representatives John W. McCormack first introduced the ceremony of the Capitol Holiday Tree, the tradition is still upheld and lives on. Each year, the Forest Service selects a tree from national forests that will be presented for display at the US Capitol in Washington...

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Art Contest for Capitol Christmas Tree Deadline Extended August 31

August 10, 2011
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Art Contest for Capitol Christmas Tree Deadline Extended August 31

Follow @PeoplesTree The United States Capitol has been presenting one of the most beautiful Christmas trees in its west front lawn for decades and as Christmas draws near we watch and enjoy all the decor and festivities each and every day. People all around the country find interest in just about everything with the season. One of...

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California Shines and Sings About the U. S. Capitol Christmas Tree 2011

August 1, 2011
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Follow @PeoplesTree Now that the Memorabilia are in it is time to focus on the upcoming deadlines for the many Capitol Christmas Tree events. California has long been an inspiration to many artists, writers, and musicians. The state is filled with many creative people of all age groups.  Many popular songs have been written...

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