Christmas trees

World’s Largest Christmas Tree in Enid, OK. is Officially Lit for the 2021 Holiday Season!
World’s Largest Christmas Tree in Enid, OK. is Officially Lit for the 2021 Holiday Season!
The world's largest Christmas tree has been lit for the 2021 holiday season! Over the Thanksgiving weekend on "Black Friday" (11-26-21) the tree made its official debut as thousands of spectators attended "Enid Lights Up the Plains" in downtown Enid, OK. The event included live music, a parade, ice skating, food trucks, a holiday market and they lit "The One" Christmas tree and there were even fireworks!
See the World’s Largest Christmas Tree in Enid Oklahoma This Holiday Season
See the World’s Largest Christmas Tree in Enid Oklahoma This Holiday Season
The world's largest Christmas tree will be in Enid, Oklahoma this holiday season. Make plans now to attend The One, a special holiday happening that will feature concerts, arts and crafts, bands, plays, church services, show choirs, live performances of all kinds, and the largest Christmas tree in the world standing at a whopping 140 feet tall.
Fort Sill Teams with Christmas Spirit Foundation for Trees for Troops
Fort Sill Teams with Christmas Spirit Foundation for Trees for Troops
FORT SILL, OK – The Christmas SPIRIT Foundation, the Tree Growers Association, and Fed Ex Freight has teamed up to provide and deliver real Christmas trees to military families on Dec. 11 at the Fort Sill Recycling Center. Distribution of the trees will begin on Dec. 12 from 7:30a.m. to 5:00p.m and continue if trees are left on Dec. 13 during normal business hours.
Christmas Tree Lot Open
Christmas Tree Lot Open
It is that time of year! The smell and sounds of Christmas have arrived in Duncan. The annual Christmas tree sale is underway for the Duncan Kiwanis Club. Kiwanis Member Dina Atnip and Duncan High School Key Club Member Molly Pickard look at the assortment of trees on the lot.
How to Get Rid of Your Christmas Tree in 10 Easy Steps
How to Get Rid of Your Christmas Tree in 10 Easy Steps
It's hard to believe the holidays have come and gone in a matter of weeks, which means all of a sudden our "binge eating" is going to be frowned upon. It also means it's time to think about taking down our festive decorations. This can be a  bummer not only because it's like getting rid of all seasonal cheer, but we also haven't the slightest idea how to get rid of our Christmas trees. L
10 Extreme Christmas Trees
10 Extreme Christmas Trees
Most people are familiar with the massive, and very impressive, Christmas tree that graces New York City’s Rockefeller Center every year. This tree has come to symbolize the holiday season for millions of people, and is something of national icon, appearing as a backdrop in countless movies and television specials.