By 1812Blockhouse

The Plymouth Improvement Committee is inviting everyone to be a part of their Annual Parade of Lights, a cornerstone event in Plymouth’s Christmas in the Village celebration. Scheduled for Friday, December 1, the parade is open to all—community groups, churches, bands, local businesses, and families. The best part? Registration is absolutely free. To secure a spot, interested parties can email [email protected] or send a message through social media to receive a registration form.

The Night’s Agenda

The festivities kick off at 6:30 PM, with the parade lineup assembling at Mary Fate Park at 6:00 PM. But the parade is just the beginning. At 7:00 PM, the Village Tree Lighting ceremony will take place, followed by a meet-and-greet with Santa & Mrs. Claus at the Firehouse from 7:15-8:30 PM. The night will conclude with a dazzling display of Christmas fireworks at 8:45 PM.

Parade Entry Requirements: Light Up the Night

While the parade is open to all, there are a few simple eligibility requirements to keep in mind. The most important? All parade entries must include lights. Participants can enter in several categories, including vehicles, floats, tractors, walkers, and bands. However, the committee requests that no entries include Santa Claus, as he traditionally appears at the end of the parade, riding on a Plymouth Volunteer Firefighter’s Association fire truck.

A Tradition of Inclusion

The Plymouth Improvement Committee encourages creativity and participation from all corners of the community. Whether you decorate your car or bicycle, build a float with your coworkers, or simply walk in your festive Christmas attire, the goal is to celebrate the magical spirit of Christmas together. So, recruit your friends, family, and neighbors, and let’s make this year’s Parade of Lights the brightest yet.

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

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