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Written by:  Staff Report
Date: December 1, 2013

Updated: November 2013

There's no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by attending a holiday parade or a tree lighting. The kids will love spreading holiday cheer at one of these upcoming events, so mark your calendars for festive fun. For more holiday happenings, be sure to bookmark our Calendar of Events.





Saturday, Nov. 23


Burlington Christmas Parade
10 a.m.
Huffman Mill Road, Downtown Burlington
burlingtonnc.gov


Thomasville Christmas Parade
3 p.m.
Downtown Thomasville
fairgrovelions.org


Sunday, Nov. 24

High Point Holiday Festival Parade
and Tree Lighting
3 p.m.
Main St. from Green Drive to Montlieu Ave., High Point
Please join us immediately following the parade at the High Point Public Library for the lighting of the Community Tree.
highpointparade.com


Sunday, Dec. 1 Jamestown Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting
3 p.m.
The tree lighting will follow the parade at 5:30 p.m. at the Jamestown Public Library, 200 W. Main St.
jamestown-nc.us



Monday, Dec. 2 Lexington Christmas Parade
6 p.m.
Main Street, Historic Uptown Lexington
visitlexingtonnc.com



Thursday, Dec. 5
Rural Hall Christmas Tree Lighting
6 p.m.
Town Hall
ruralhall.govoffice.com



Friday, Dec. 6

City of King Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
7 p.m.
King Central Park, 302 Kirby Road
The West Stokes High School Band will begin playing Christmas music at 6:30 p.m. Santa will also be in the Spainhour Cabin to visit with children. Please bring your own camera.
ci.king.nc.us

Greensboro Community Tree Lighting
5:45-9 p.m.
Center City Park at North Elm & Friendly Avenue in Greensboro
Sing-alongs, holiday crafts and more
festivaloflightsgso.org/treelighting

Lewisville Christmas Tree Lighting
7 p.m.
Shallowford Square
Music, refreshments and a visit by Santa
lewisvillenc.net

Mebane Christmas Parade
7 p.m.
Downtown Mebane
cityofmebane.com/events


Saturday, Dec. 7

43rd Annual Pilot Mountain Christmas Parade
4 p.m.
Parade participants will line-up at East Surry High School, 801 W. Main St.
pilotmtnrescue.org

53rd Annual Graham Christmas Parade
10 a.m.
cityofgraham.com

Greensboro Jaycees Holiday Parade
Noon
Begins at Greene and Lindsay streets and continues down Greene Street to East Market turning left and heading down to Market Street, turning left on Church St, and then ending at Church and Lindsay streets in downtown Greensboro.
gsoholidayparade.com

Kernersville Christmas Tree Lighting
7-9 p.m.
Harmon Park, 152 S. Main St.
Enjoy carols with a local chorus, sip on hot cocoa, and enjoy a special visit from Santa and friends!
toknc.com

King Christmas Parade
2 p.m.
Main Street
ci.king.nc.us

Winston-Salem Jaycees Holiday Parade
5 p.m.
The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership's Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony will immediately follow the parade.
wsparade.org



Sunday, Dec. 8

Elkin-Jonesville Christmas Parade
3 p.m.
Historic Downtown Elkin
downtownelkin.com

Kernersville Christmas Parade
2:30 p.m.
Parade begins at Hwy 66 and East Mountain St.
kernersvillenc.com

Lewisville Christmas Parade
3 p.m.
Shallowford Road and Lewisville Vienna Road and to Oaks Shopping Center.
lewisvillecivicclub.com/ChristmasParade.aspx

Town of Rural Hall Christmas Parade
2:30 p.m.
Broad St. Rural Hall
ruralhall.govoffice.com


Saturday, Dec. 14

Walnut Cove Christmas Parade
2 p.m.
Main St.
townofwalnutcove.org



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