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Festival of Lights Parade

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Event# 785-594-3200

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Turn out for the annual Festival of Lights Parade and tree lighting ceremony the first Saturday in December. Enjoy carolers, dancers and a light parade celebrating the season. The parade at 6pm runs through historic downtown Baldwin City and features Santa Claus making his grand entrance on an antique fire truck. After the parade children can visit with Santa, have their photos taken, and enjoy warm hot cocoa and cider at area businesses. Come join the start of the holiday fun!

Festival of Lights Parade

Address : Historic Downtown Baldwin City on Eighth and High Street Baldwin City KS
Phone : 785-594-3200   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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