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November 27, 2022

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Christmas Parades Near You

Deck the streets with lawn chairs, there are still plenty of Christmas parades coming your way!

Gallatin Christmas Parade
Saturday, Dec. 11
The Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce will proudly present the 2021 Christmas Parade: “Past Present Future – Celebrating 100 Years of the Gallatin Chamber” at 12 p.m. and will end with Santa Claus kicking off the holiday season!

Leipers Fork Christmas Parade
Saturday, Dec. 11
The annual Christmas Parade held in Leiper’s Fork takes place on the the second Saturday of December at 2 p.m. This year’s Grand Marshall is Country artist Chris Janson. In case of rain, the parade will move to the following Saturday, Dec. 18.

LaVergne Parade of Lights
Saturday, Dec. 11
Held at 5 p.m., beginning at City Hall and ending at Veterans Memorial Park, where the tree lighting and fireworks will take place. This year’s theme is “Who Stole Christmas?” The Grand Marshall is the La Vergne Grinch. Activities include ice skating, Carols, pictures with Santa, snacks & more.

Mt Juliet Christmas Parade
Saturday, Dec. 11
The theme for this year’s Mt. Juliet Christmas Parade is “A Patriotic Christmas.” The route runs from Mt. Juliet League Park (10835 Lebanon Road, Mt. Juliet) to East Division Street off of N. Mt. Juliet Rd. The parade will dovetail with the City Tree Lighting at the Division Street Clocktower. Music, food, games, and more from 1 – 3 p.m.

Spring Hill Christmas Parade
Saturday, Dec. 11
The 2021 Kiwanis Spring Hill Christmas Parade will start at 5 p.m. and the theme is “Sounds Of The Season”.  The parade will begin at Evans Park and enter onto Beechcroft Rd and then travel right onto Main Street (U.S. 31). The parade will end at Spring Hill Elementary School on Sharron Cantrell Road (formerly Toone Prados Street).

Murfreesboro Christmas Parade
Sunday, Dec. 12
Celebrate Christmas in Murfreesboro with this year’s parade theme, “The Spirit of Christmas”! The parade begins on the downtown Murfreesboro square (20 North Public Square, Murfreesboro) at 2 p.m. and travels down Main Street toward MTSU.

About the Author

Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra.