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Christmas Parade

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Event# 918-396-3702

Event Details

A favorite holiday event, this community and family oriented parade features a variety of floats, autos, band, walking groups. Trophies will be awarded for 1/2/3 place.
The Skiatook Fire Department concludes the parade, with Santa.10 a.m.

SANTA WORKSHOP - FOLLOWS THE CHRISTMAS PARADE
Come see Santa following the Christmas Parade at the Skiatook Community Building. Enjoy hot chocolate, home-made cookies, talking to Santa, and making age appropriate crafts at various tables scattered throughout the gym. Mark your calendar now and bring the entire family!
What a great way to mark the beginning of the holiday season!

Christmas Parade


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