The Chapel Hill-Carrboro holiday parade will be held Saturday, Dec. 10, from 10 a.m. until around noon. Presented by the Chapel Hill Jaycees and the Town of Chapel Hill, the parade this year promises to be a celebration of our community spirit.
More than 60 entries ranging from commercial floats sponsored by local businesses to local church and community organizations. Many of your local favorites will be back this year, with some new and exciting entries as well. We will also have crowd favorite, Santa Claus riding his sleigh.
The parade will start on W. Franklin Street at the intersection of W. Franklin and Henderson streets and make its way down Franklin Street into Carrboro, ending at the Carrboro Town Hall.
The towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro will provide assistance with securing the route for the parade, traffic diversion and the parade line up in the morning. The Town of Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation will also be proving audio-visual support for the television production produced by the People’s Channel. Parents and children from the Parks & Recreation athletic programs will be riding a float sponsored by the Town of Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation Department.
For more information visit www.chapelhilljaycees.org.