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Parade & Christmas on Main Street Celebration – White House

December 4, 2021 @ 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Free
The annual Christmas Parade for White House, Tennessee will have a new theme and a new start time this year to celebrate the City’s 50th Anniversary. The “A Hometown Christmas… Past, Present & Future” will be held on Saturday, December 4, 2021.
Immediately following the parade at the City Hall Complex we’ll host the final celebration for the City’s 50th Anniversary – A Main Street Christmas Celebration!
Activities will include:
– Refreshments
– Live Music from local choirs
– Library Open House
– Free photos with Santa
– Sealing of the Time Capsule
– Reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
– Tree Lighting Ceremony
The parade will leave White House Municipal Park on Highway 76 at 3:00 pm and head East towards City Hall, turning South onto Highway 31W and ending at the intersection of West Drive and Highway 31W where floats will disperse. Walkers that are participating in the parade will continue back to the park via West and Elementary Drive. Please note traffic will be blocked near the parade route for approximately an hour beginning at 3:00 pm or until the parade is over.
The parade will feature floats and entries from individuals, local businesses, schools and churches.
Participants are encouraged to decorate their float or entry with a historical theme celebrating the last 50 years in White House. Participants should consider historic events in their organization, for instance a championship team, construction of a new church or the grand opening of a business. Or participants could put their imagination to work and create a futuristic entry that represents the City of White House in the next 50 years and beyond.
There will be awards for the top three entries as determined by a panel of judges selected by the White House Parks & Recreation Department. To register visit www.whitehousetn.gov or contact the Parks Department.