The city's annual Christmas Tree Bonfire went off without a hitch Friday night.
Thousands of area residents converged on Dead Horse Beach at Salem Willows Friday night to witness the city's annual Christmas Tree Bonfire. The event was sponsored by the City of Salem, the Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services Department and The Gathering.
Salem's 10th Annual Christmas Tree Bonfire will be held Jan. 4 at Dead Horse Beach.
The following information was submitted by Ellen S. Talkowsky: Salem's 10th Annual Christmas Tree Bonfire: Friday, Jan. 4th - Dead Horse Beach at Salem Willows - 6:30 p.m. (Rain/Snow/Wind Reschedule Date: Saturday, Jan. 5th) (check www.salem.com for rescheduling information) Free Hot Chocolate & Music Bring your Christmas tree with you that evening, drop it off at the beach after January 2nd or leave it out for curbside pickup beginning January 2nd Please remove all decorations and lights from your tree. (FYI – Citywide Christmas Tree Curbside Collection will also take place as scheduled January 7–11, 2013) Sponsored by the City of Salem, Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services Department & The Gathering