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December 19~Look for an Evergreen Day
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Look for an Evergreen Day When : Always December 19 Look for an Evergreen Day is today. To many people, only a fresh cut real tree will do for Christmas. The scent of fresh pine helps to capture the feel of the holidays. Nothing looks more real than a real tree, each one with it's own character and appearance. There is no shortage of types of Christmas trees. Generally classified as firs, spruces, and pines, the most popular varieties have changed over the years. Personal preference will determine whether you select a short needle, or long needled tree. If you haven't selected a tree yet, it is certainly getting late. As we researched this special day, we questioned the timing. By the 19th of December, most people have found and put up their Christmas tree. So if you are still treeless, this special day could be the day to do so. Christmas Tree Sunday- Many people traditionally call the first or the second Sunday in December as "Christmas Tree Sunday". This seems to be an informal term. On the first or second Sunday of the month, when the weather is warm and dry, you see many cars headed home with a Christmas tree loaded on its top. People and the news media will informally declare it to be "Christmas Tree Sunday".
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