Ardmore Parade of Lights

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Come celebrate the holiday season with the Ardmore Christmas tree lighting and nighttime parade at this year's Ardmore Parade of Lights. The parade, which typically features over 100 entries, will begin at 6:30pm following the lighting of Ardmore's Christmas tree in the city's Central Park. Watch as motorcycles, cars, entries and floats make their way through the historic downtown area towards the Santa Fe Depot. Area merchants, who will stay open late for visitors, pull out all the stops with window decorations and lights, so stroll down the streets of Ardmore and rejoice in the city's holiday season opener. Carols will be sung, music will be played and refreshments will be on sale at the city park. Come to the Ardmore Parade of Lights to participate in a wide array of holiday activities, and keep an eye out for a special visit from Santa. First Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

Ardmore Parade of Lights

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