Candle-light Christmas Parade

December 04, 2020
7:00pm - 9:00pm

rsz paradeKris Kringle returns to Dowagiac on Friday, December 4, for the Candlelight Christmas Parade, proudly presented by Ascension Borgess-Lee Hospital and the Chamber of Commerce. Hear the tolling bell of our Town Crier, inspired by the Victorian-era, and attend live performances at Front and Beeson streets.

While you await the 7 p.m. grand procession, savor the sweet delights of street vendors. More than 100 parade entries, featuring lighted floats, costumed characters and marching bands, makes this an enchanting evening you’ll long remember.

Pre-parade entertainment features Miss Michele & Co., Green Dance Academy, tree-lighting and introduction of our Grand Marshal and the Lighthouse Choir.

For safety reasons, through-traffic and parking on Front  Street closes in the afterrnoon.  

It's going to be a wonderful event!  We hope you can join us.


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