Monday, November 19, 2012

Medway MA Santa Parade Tree Lighting and Fireworks Nov 24th

Medway MA Santa Parade Tree Lighting and Fireworks Nov 24th

Mark the date!   November 24th, this coming Saturday night gather your family and friends and head on down to Holliston or Main St in Medway MA for the 20th annual Santa Parade!   The parade is  followed by the tree lighting at Choate Park and a fireworks display.  If is anything like previous years, the fireworks display is pretty terrific!
 <a href="">Fireworks</a> by Vera Kratochvil

There is really something fun about watching a parade in the dark, and excitement always mounts waiting for Santa to appear on his float!   You will not see any marching bands because of the late hour, but you will see a few floats, antique cars and fire trucks.

The parade starts at 5:30 at the Middle School on Holliston Street and will end at Choate Park.

Going down to this parade and seeing the fireworks afterwards has become somewhat of a tradition for our family and friends.    We meet before the parade starts, don some silly elf like looking things (furnished by my elementary school teaching sister), grab some bells and head on down to Main Street where the fun begins.

So, If you hear and see some people singing Christmas Carols, ringing bells and shaking tambourines, dressed in some foolish, elfish looking garb, don't be alarmed.  It will be the Palmieri clan kicking off the holiday season.  Jump right on in!   I guarantee you will soon find a bell in your hand and a song on your lips!

Don't expect the Macy parade, but do expect to have some fun!
  • Medway MA 20th Annual Holiday Parade
  • November 24, 2012
  • 5:30 p.m.
  • Starts Medway Middle School, Holliston Street
  • Ends at Choate Park
  • Santa, Treelighting and Fireworks Display
This event is privately funded and brought to you by some kind folks and the businesses and organizations of Medway.

Carol-Ann Palmieri
Al and Cal Realty Group


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