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Students who might be less interested in the family side of the event can use the time shop downtown. According to Beaty, the purpose of the parade is also to promote local businesses in Flagstaff. Enjoying the winter cheer while picking up a few
Help bring the spirit of Christmas to kids of all ages in Ukiah. The Truckers Light Parade is the opportunity to dress up your trucks and trailers with lights and other decorations. The theme is bringing Santa and his elves to the Ukiah Valley. The
L eaving no fairy tale character under-represented, the Once Upon a Snowdown Light Parade was a marvelous gathering of elves, fairies, big bad wolves, princesses and Prince Charmings joined together by a community of participants lining the streets.
A log truck covered with thousands of lights drives from Riddle to Myrtle Creek in the Timber Truckers Light Parade Saturday night. Like so many of the entries in the annual parade, it paid tribute to D.R. Johnson, whose memorial service was held
The annual Timber Truckers Light Parade will light up the sky Saturday in South Douglas County. Guests are invited to partake in a meal of prime rib and au jus potatoes or Cornish hen with stuffing with roasted vegetables, a grape salad, dessert and
The annual tradition featured more than 65 entries and was accompanied by an array of festivities as it wound from the fairgrounds to downtown. Winners in the parade are: Best overall parade entry, selected by sponsor Home Federal Bank. Vallivue 4-H
Parade organizers said because of the busy time of year, "we do not have a rain date and look forward to bringing you lights and joy for the next holiday season!" Reader Comments Popular on theday.
The area is getting ready for the holidays with a round of Christmas parades Dec...And in Beecher, the village has a line up of events that include a home decorating contest, the Festival of Lights parade, Breakfast with Santa and the Holiday House
The parade, which starts in Riddle at around 5 p.m., is filled with festively lit log trucks, fire engines, cars, pickups and dump trucks. The vehicles will make their way into Myrtle Creek at about 7 p.m. where the community can get a close-up view