It's the end of November and the holidays are well underway. In fact, the National Park Foundation and National Park Service's 94th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting takes place on Thursday, December 1 at President's Park, one of our country's 413 great national parks.
|National Christmas Tree Lighting, 2015|
|My Kids in NPS Uniforms I Made for Them|
This year's National Christmas Tree Lighting must-watch special event will be aired on the Hallmark Channel on Monday, December 5 at 7 pm. Viewers will also be able to see the show on demand at thenationaltree.org starting on Tuesday, December 6.
|1st National Christmas Tree Lighting, 1923|
For more information visit thenationaltree.org. You can also follow @TheNationalTree on Twitter and #NCTL2016 on social media to stay up to date on all the holiday news.
A special thanks to Bounce, Hallmark, L.L. Bean, GE Lighting, Amtrak, Hargrove, Inc., Hudler Tree Farms, Loews Madison Hotel Washington, D.C., and Washington Marriott at Metro Center for their generous support of the 2016 National Christmas Tree Lighting.
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