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Santa Store & Christmas Parade

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Event# 580-596-6111

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Make plans to fill your day with lots of great shopping, family fun, and surprises galore.

1-3 P.M. - Santa's Gift Shop opens at the Baker Building with gifts galore for children to buy! For only a Quarter (25 cents), little ones can pick out a special gift for someone they love.

Santa will also have sacks of candy and a listening ear for the Kids and their Christmas Wishes at the Baker Building!

Than head on down to the United Supermarket parking lot for a Grand Drawing of prizes donated by merchants all over town!! There will be lots of gift baskets & christmas goodies for everyone to win!!

LIGHTED CHRISTMAS PARADE

Join our little City on the Plains as we have a Lighted Nighttime Parade beginning at dusk. The route will be from North Grand to South Grand. A lighted train and festive floats will proceed down Grand!!

Santa Store & Christmas Parade


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