Washington Square Park just announced
that the 90th annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony will be held Wednesday, December 10th at 6pm prompt.
The Rockefeller Center Tree is more
well-known, but it's 82-year tradition is a bit shy of the 90-year history that the Washington Square Park tree holds.
Though the tree arrives tomorrow, it won't be lit for ten days so you can still get a good photo of it under the arch before
the lights go up if you are feeling a bit like Ebenezer Scrooge.
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