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Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

The town of Carbondale will once again sponsor a Christmas Tree recycling program. Starting Dec. 26, Carbondale residents may bring their once-live Christmas trees to the parking lot on the northeast corner of Fourth Street and Colorado Avenue (across from Town Hall). Please place them in the designated area. No artificial trees, flocked trees, sprayed trees, wreaths, garland, ornaments, tinsel, plastic bags, wire, rope or lights are accepted – bare trees only.

Join your friends on Tuesday, Dec. 29, at 1 p.m. for a Movie Day at the New Castle Branch Library. This month’s movie features Disney’s Buddies, those adorable talking puppies, who venture way up north to a snowy wonderland. The Buddies must all pull together to succeed and help out their new friends. Stop in, hang out, and enjoy a free movie featuring the loveable puppies. For more information call 984-2346.

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