|January 7, 2012|
|5:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
The 16th Annual Mack’s Apples Tree Burn will be held on Sunday January 7 at Mack’s Apples in Londonderry N.H. Londonderry’s local Boy Scouts troops will be accepting dead or dried out Christmas trees from this holiday season from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. behind Mack’s Apples Farm Market. The tree burn will begin once all trees have been collected and set up around 5 p.m., and the Boy Scouts will be selling food and refreshments throughout.
This event is a fun and easy way to dispose of your old Christmas trees while supporting the local community. The Tree Burn is run entirely by the local Boy Scouts and, while donations are not required, they are greatly appreciated. In the past, as many as 500 trees have been burned while families enjoy activities, hot refreshments and good food. For individuals looking to kill time while waiting for the tree burn to begin, Mack’s Apples farm will be open until the event begins at 5 p.m. Mack’s Apples is a family-owned farm that is predominantly involved with the Londonderry community and has been active in the local area since 1732. The farm has evolved beyond growing produce and now serves ice cream in the summer and features a year-round gift shop with unique merchandise sourced from the local community.
This family-fun event will be one to remember, all the while supporting the local Boy Scout troop from Londonderry. For more information on this event or the farm itself, please visit the Mack’s Apples Facebook page or the farm website.