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Annual Christmas & Parade Day Activities

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Annual Christmas & Parade Day Activities

Sunday following Thanksgiving - This annual event has something for everyone. Activities begin in late afternoon including rides, clowns and much more. Highlight of the day is the lighted parade beginning at 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by Peabody Main Street Association.

Annual Christmas & Parade Day Activities


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