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Where does the tradition of the Christmas Tree come from anyway? 

Where does the tradition of the Christmas Tree come from anyway? 

Every year St. Margaret's Catholic School opens it's annual Christmas Tree Lot. Sure it's a fundraiser - but it's more than that! We love to bring the traditions of Christmas to our community. Maybe you've always wondered how the Christmas Tree came to be a symbol of this sacred holiday? Below are a couple of short videos to learn about the history and tradition of the Christmas Tree.

Knowing it's roots (pun totally intended!) how can you go without? Come see us at St. Margaret's Catholic School Tree Lot! 


St. Margaret's Tree Lot Hours:

Regular Hours: November 26th - December 15th

  • 10am - 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays
  • 4pm - 6pm Monday - Friday

Where are we located? Glad you asked!

Questions? Connect with us on Facebook here or call us at 307-856-5922


The Christmas Tree - a Christian symbol to replace a pagan idol. Thanks St. Boniface!


More Christmas Tree traditions explained...


And for deeper reading about lots of Christmas traditions, check out this link.