First Lady Michelle Obama, daughters Malia and Sasha and the family’s two dogs have accepted an 18-and-a-half-foot Douglas fir as the official White House Christmas tree.
A guide for finding Christmas trees grown in Virginia is now available.
A grower in Virginia is providing a Christmas tree that will be used at the home of Vice President Joe Biden.
A Herndon-based company is tracking the Capitol Christmas Tree on its 5,000-mile journey from the Colville National Forest in northeast Washington State to downtown D.C.
A Christmas tree grown by a Virginia farmer will be displayed at Vice President Joe Biden’s residence in the nation’s capital.
Several counties and the district have tree recycling programs that give residents a hassle free way to get rid of their tree.
The creativity of young people from western Kentucky will be on display in Washington this Christmas.
Gov. Bob McDonnell and first lady Maureen McDonnell will light Virginia’s Capitol tree on Dec. 7. The ceremony at the Capitol in Richmond also will include a tribute to the military, and appearances by the Virginia National Guard 29th Band and Santa Claus.
National Harbor is kicking off the holiday season with the lighting of a 65-foot Christmas tree decorated with 200,000 lights Friday evening.
The fir is destined for the Blue Room, where it will serve as the centerpiece of White House Christmas decorations.