Can we just start celebrating the holidays already? Good news: we don’t have to wait much longer for all the festivities! One of the first seasonal events in town is on the horizon! Come see the City of Troy Annual Christmas Parade 2020 on Dec. 7.
What is the City of Troy Annual Christmas Parade?
The City of Troy Annual Christmas Parade 2020 is part of a yearly tradition. Each holiday season, our town puts on a themed parade. This time, all the floats will be follow the idea of “Christmas Is…” so that the creators can show what the holiday feels like to them. And at the end of the parade, there will be a guest of honor too: Santa Claus himself!
Holiday excitement will march into town on Dec. 7, starting at 7 p.m. The parade runners ask that attendees finds their spots between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Visitors can pick a spot along Elm Street, East Walnut Street, or the Troy Public Library, all of which are in Downtown Troy.
Worried about getting lost? You can also keep this route guide handy, so that you don’t accidentally get all turned around during the parade!
A Few Quick Safety Reminders
Troy, Alabama has a strong community spirit—and that spirit involves taking care of those around us. This year, please remember to exercise extra caution! That means listening to state mask mandates and observing the proper social distancing. You can also carry hand sanitizer with you for your convenience. Thank you for making sure that everyone in town can have a happy—and healthy—holiday season this year.
We can’t wait until it’s time for the City of Troy Annual Christmas Parade 2020. Though we still have a couple of weeks before it turns our town into a winter wonderland, it’s always nice to have something to look forward to on the calendar. Have a safe—and fun—visit!
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