The Liberty City Christmas Parade

31st annual parade hosted by Sabine Fire and Rescue Theme: "What Christmas Means to Me"

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The annual Christmas parade will be held Sunday, Dec. 2 at 2:30 p.m.  The route will follow Old Hwy 135 from the intersection of Fm 1252 and continue to I-20.

Santa Claus will be present at the parade so no Santa costumes are allowed. No ATVs or dirt bikes are allowed either.

Recognition will be given to the best in the following categories: Best Decorated – Best Parade Theme – Best Marching Unit – Best Vehicle – Best Religious Theme – The Grand Marshall’s Award (overall best)

If community members wish to enter the parade, they can mail an entry form by Nov. 26 to 6144 Old Hwy 135 North, Security Mail, PMB 331, Kilgore, TX 75662 or email to [email protected] Anyone with questions can call 903-986-1911.

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