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Claremore Christmas Parade

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Event# 918-341-2818

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Evening parade with more than 200 floats & entries all decorated and lit up! 6:00pm.

Join in the holiday cheer at the Christmas Parade in Claremore. The parade begins at the Claremore Expo Center and snakes down Will Rogers Blvd. with plenty of decorated and lighted floats.

Bundle up, bring a thermos full of hot chocolate and bring the whole family to see these festive floats. Keep an eye out for the big, jolly elf and you might even catch a glimpse of Santa Claus himself.

The Christmas Parade features over 200 entries, and visitors to the parade also have a great view of downtown Claremore's Christmas lights.

Claremore Christmas Parade

Address : Will Rogers Boulevard Claremore OK
Phone : 918-341-2818   (Always call and confirm events.)

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