The presents have been opened and yet another Christmas has come and gone. Ready to move-on and ditch the Christmas tree? Residents of Dade and Broward have a few options.
When the wrapping paper is thrown out and all the toys are put away, folks starting thinking about taking down the lights and decorations as Christmas comes to an end.
New Year’s Eve has come and gone so many are starting to think about taking down the Christmas tree.
Christmas is over and now its time to start thinking about taking down that Christmas tree. If you’re looking for a way to dispose of your Christmas tree in an environmentally-friendly fashion for free, Miami Dade’s Department of Solid Waste Management offers the ideal solution, turn your Christmas tree into garden mulch.
From finding the best deals to getting into the holiday spirit to decorate your home, the onslaught of the holiday season is one of the busiest times of year. But it’s also the start of one of the year’s most dangerous times.
Between the shopping, the decorating, and the holiday dinners and parties it’s easy to get your life turned upside down over the holidays. Now, JCPenney has found a way to make it official.
There’s very little holiday spirit left over in one upscale Aventura community.
Over the next week or so, the lights will come down and the decorations will be put away as we bid adieu to 2011. But what to do with the tree?? Well, in case you didn’t realize it, there are several options.
Over the next week or so, the lights will come down and the decorations will be put away as we bid adieu to 2011. Residents of Miami-Dade who are wondering what they’re going to do with their Christmas tree have several options.
CBS4’s David Bernard continued his Holiday Homes Tour Wednesday at the home of Paul and Marcia Mesaros in Sunrise.