New Albany Christmas Parade Nov. 29
This year’s New Albany Christmas parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 29, 2010 in downtown New Albany.
The theme for this year’s parade is “Christmas Memories.”
Union County Development Association, the organizer of the event, is encouraging churches, clubs, organizations, schools, individuals, and more to participate. UCDA needs every group that plans on participating to fill out the application that is on the UCDA website, which is www.ucda-newalbany.com.
By filling out the online application early, it will help UCDA plan the lineup more accurately so they can know how many entries there will be.
Applications may also be picked up in the UCDA office, which is located at 135 East Bankhead across from the Union County Courthouse in the old Post Office building.
There is no charge for entering the parade.
The grand marshal for the parade will be announced soon as well as the parade route and more information will be available soon and will be printed in the New Albany Gazette.
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