With Christmas inching closer, people can pick out their very own red cedar Christmas tree to decorate for the holiday at the fourth annual Red Cedar Holiday Harvest this weekend.

The free event lasts from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Roger Schultz Community Park, 810 Loma Ridge Drive, in Manhattan.

The city has the event to help control the growth of invasive red cedars in the park.

To cut down a tree, people must bring a hand saw as no chainsaws are allowed, according to officials.

In addition to the trees, the event, hosted by Manhattan Parks and Recreation, features Britt’s Farm hayrack rides, Bluestem Bistro’s hot chocolate and coffee drinks as well as treats from Varsity Donuts.