Annual Brunswick Christmas Parade!

December 6th! Come enjoy the annual Brunswick Christmas Parade. Over 100 floats, vehicles, walking groups and marching band units make their way one mile down the length of Gloucester Street to Mary Ross Waterfront Park in the heart of the Old Town National Register Historic District. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Santa Claus also makes an appearance at the end of the parade and distributes free bags of candy afterwards at Mary Ross Park. Santa is joined at the park by arts and crafts vendors offering hand-made holiday gifts for sale and by the farmers offering fresh fruit and produce at the Brunswick Farmers Market. For information on entering a float, vehicle, walking or marching unit in the parade, please contact the Downtown Development Authority at (912) 265-4032 or Annual Brunswick Christmas Parade.



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