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Santa's Christmas Parade

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Santa will arrive in downtown Marysville with a parade of helpers. The 11:00 a.m. parade will begin at 4th & Broadway and proceed East up Broadway to Santa's House. Everyone, young and old, are invited to participate in the parade. Decorate your float, bikes, wagons, strollers, buggies, etc. Even decorate yourself - Halloween costumes are welcome!

A "Merry"sville Christmas continues during the day in Marysville with shopping for the holidays or just enjoying the activities. Choirs and musicians will be performing throughout the day; there will be specialty food booths; stagecoach rides; a Gingerbread House Contest and other displays at the Art Center; and more. Stores will be open with specials, sampling and treats!

Santa's Christmas Parade


Phone : 785-562-3101   (Always call and confirm events.)

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