Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting
Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting – Why so late?
The Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony was originally planned to take place on December 6th.
However, the city postponed it due to inclement weather (which never really happened).
They announced their new date of December 14th (tonight).
Why in God’s name did the tree lighting have to be pushed back a whopping EIGHT DAYS LATER?
It’s not like they had to schedule much for a hokie hour-long stunt. There were plenty of perfectly fine days (weather-wise) that it could have taken place on.
Some think they pushed it really far out because the “mayor’s” office wishes Christmas would cease to exist, and as a “burn” to the Christian residents of Hoboken. Lumps of coal, on the way!
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