Fairborn Ohio Christmas Parade

Dated: 12/02/2011

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Fairborn Ohio Christmas Parade

 

 

Hometown Holiday Celebration in Fairborn Ohio will start December 3rd with the Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting.

The Parade will line up on Grand Avenue around 5:15 and will start at 6:00 pm.  Santa will light the Tree at 6:30.

For more information on the Christmas Parade go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/Downtown-Fairborn-Betterment-Association/175350085813686

On Thursday, December 15th   6-8 pm. come downtown for a night of dining, shopping and holiday fun!

Event of the night will include:

Free Horse & Wagon Rides & Free Gift Basket Raffle, Marshmallow Roasting, Free Raffle for a Scottish Throw, Free Popcorn, Hot Chocolate, Reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas and much more.

Check out the local paper Hometown Holiday insert on December 10th for a walking map and more information.

Looking to buy or sell a home in Fairborn, Ohio? Call or text David Cooper 937-760-9466 or visit my website david.RealtyDayton.com

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