Dennis over at Next Stop…Decatur sent in this great pic of the tree lit atop Little Shop of Stories yesterday evening.
Remember the tree is located above Little Shop, but all of these sponsors helped make it happen!
Appolinsky & Associates, Café Alsace,Cakes & Ale, The Cooks Warehouse/Sherlock’s, Decatur Downtown Development Authority, Fabu Spa, Harry Norman Realtors,Homegrown, King Tree Experts, Leon’s Full Service, McCurdy & Candler, My Parent’s Basement, Mudhouse Design, My Own Bookkeeper, Oakhurst Market, Private Bank of Decatur, Squash Blossom, Starbucks, Steinbeck’s Ale House, Universal Joint, Veritas Planning Group, Vivid Boutique, Wild Oats & Billy Goats, and Worthmore Jewelers.
Brent sends in a couple photos of the Decatur Christmas tree arriving on the Square this morning. It’s huge!!
Remember that the tree lighting ceremony is this Thursday at 7pm.
Heather sends in this great action shot of the Decatur Christmas Tree being installed above Little Shop of Stories on Decatur’s East Courthouse Square.
The official tree lighting is tomorrow night to coincide with another Terrific Thursdays.
On its blog, Little Shop of Stories announces that with the help of a bunch of local sponsors, the bookstore is bringing the Decatur Christmas Tree back to the Square!
The tree will sit on top of our building, so you’ll be able to see it from the square and from Ponce all holiday long. And what would a tree be with out a tree-lighting party? So come out and join us as we kick off the season (and my favorite time of year) on Thursday, December 3 at 7 pm.
Click over to the Shop’s blog for more details!
From the city’s website…
Recycle your live Christmas tree in the annual “Bring One for the Chipper” event on Saturday, Jan.5. Drop off your tree at the Christmas Tree Recycling Center in the Agnes Scott parking lot. The entrance is between 184 and 206 S. Candler St.
[If you can’t make it on that particular date…] The recycling center will be open Wednesday, Dec. 26, through Saturday, Jan 5.
Please do not leave trees anywhere else on the Agnes Scott campus.
[So don’t do something like this…”eh…just throw it in front of that dorm Mavis! We ain’t bringing that half-dead needle-dropper back in the house!]