Most Lexington Post Offices will shorten retail lobby hours and close at 12 pm on Christmas Eve. Since Christmas Day falls on a Sunday, post offices will remain closed through Monday, December 26. All Post Offices will be open and regular mail delivery will resume on Tuesday, December 27. Fed Ex and UPS will be closed on Christmas Day and the following Monday, December 26. Pickups and deliveries will resume on Tuesday, December 27. Lexington Public Libraries will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. LexTran will run on a Sunday schedule on Christmas Day and on the following Monday, December 26. Trash collection days have changed with the Christmas holiday. Those who normally have Friday trash pickup will be serviced the preceding Wednesday, December 21. Those who normally have Monday trash pickup will be serviced the following Wednesday, December 28. Cinemark Fayette Mall will remain open normal hours on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Kentucky Theatre will be playing Rogue One: A Star Wars Story at their normal times on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Regal Cinemas will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Movie Tavern at Brannon Crossing will be open both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Treecycle This: How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree in Lexington? Christmas trees can be recycled with yard waste. Put trees on the curb for normal collection day. Make sure all ornaments and tinsel are removed from the tree. Contact LexCall 3-1-1, or 425-2255 if Christmas Tree is not collected on your normal collection day. Apartment and businesses should call LexCall for information on Christmas tree pickup. Fayette County residents can recycle holiday lights and other electronics such as computers, monitors and televisions at the city’s Electronic Recycling Center at 1306 Versailles Road. For a list of restaurants and bars that will be open and closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, click here. For a sampling of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day church services in Lexington, click here. Subscribe to the Ace e-dition for Lexington news, arts, culture, and entertainment, delivered to your inbox every Thursday morning. Click here for a little information about advertising in Ace, print and online.