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Holiday magic returns to Fredonia with parade and dinner this Thursday
The third annual Holiday Magic Light Parade and Christmas Dinner are coming to Fredonia to warm your hearts and bring out your holiday spirit!
On Thursday, December 10, the Christmas celebration begins with a chili dinner at the Fredonia Firehouse from 5-7 p.m. The whole family can warm up with homemade chili and cornbread, and then enjoy goodies with Santa. The dinner is only $5 per person or $25 per family, up to six people.
After dinner, step outside for the light parade beginning at 7 p.m. Main Street will be ablaze with festive floats created by families, businesses, community groups and more. All lighted floats are welcome to participate with no pre-registration required.
The Christmas fun doesn’t stop with the parade. Come back to the firehouse on Friday, December 11, at 5:30 p.m. for Santa Express, the incredible annual ride and storytelling of The Polar Express. Hot cocoa and cookies will help keep you warm, as you take an old-fashioned wagon trip through Fredonia all the way to the North Pole enjoying the community Christmas lights. Watch for a special guest along the way!
Make Holiday Magic in Fredonia a Christmas tradition for you and yours. Merry Christmas from the Town of Fredonia!
For more information about the dinner or parade, contact Sonya Kimball at 643-7278. For more information about Santa Express, contact Becky Douglas at 689-1081.