‘White House Christmas 2010’ airs Sunday, December 12 on HGTV at 8:00 PM ET/7 Central
With the seasonal splendor of the ‘people’s house’ on full display, HGTV’s popular coverage of the White House Christmas 2010 returns on Sunday, December 12, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Designer Genevieve Gorder will offer viewers an insider’s look at how dozens of volunteers work with the White House staff to implement this year’s decor theme, “Simple Gifts,” a celebration of friends and family, hearth and home—all of the simple pleasures that make the holidays special. In addition, visitors to HGTV.com will see an extensive behind-the-scenes photo gallery of the decorating process, as well as a retrospective of holiday decor at the White House.
The one-hour special features President Barack Obama and his family lighting the National Christmas Tree and highlights the work of nearly 100 volunteers as they adorn the White House in only a few days.
New this year is a Military Appreciation Tree, an idea from the First Lady Michelle Obama that is designed to honor the contributions of America’s military personnel.
Thank you to the legend that is Hachikō – more about the show on the ever wonderful Obama Foodorama