Windsor Park Resident Donates Christmas Tree for Winnipeg’s City Hall

Windsor Park Resident Donates Christmas Tree for Winnipeg’s City Hall

City Hall Christmas Tree
A Christmas tree sits in front of City Hall at 510 Main Street from a previous year’s donation. (WINNIPEG.CA)

As snow fell in Winnipeg on Friday, the City of Winnipeg announced it has selected a Christmas tree for City Hall.

The 45-foot Colorado blue spruce was donated by Windsor Park resident Dean Munoz-Perez.

“As a new resident in Windsor Park, I have a beautiful tree that is too big for my yard,” Munoz-Perez said. “I’m happy to donate this tree so all Winnipeggers, including myself, can enjoy it this holiday season!”

The tree will be cut down on Sunday, November 4 and transported to 510 Main Street, where a crew from the city’s Urban Forestry Branch will decorate it with more than 9,000 multi-coloured LED lights over several days. The ceremonial lighting of the tree will take place at a public event later in November.

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