LUBBOCK, Texas –The 18th annual Miracles Christmas Parade will be set on Saturday, December 9 at 6:00 p.m., according to a press release. The theme for the 2023 parade will be “Twinkle of Hope.”
According to the release, the night time lighted parade will feature Santa Claus and about 30 parade units including more than 20 floats from area business and non-profit groups. It will be free of charge for spectators.
The parade route will be down 34th Street starting at Avenue Q and going west to Indiana Avenue, said the release.
For more information, visit www.miraclesparade.com.
Read the full press release below.
The 18th Annual Miracles Christmas Parade is set for Saturday, December 9,
2023, at 6:00pm. The nighttime, lighted parade features Santa Claus and
approximately 30 parade units, including more than 20 floats from area
businesses and non-profit groups. The parade is free of charge for
spectators. The parade route is down 34th Street starting at Avenue Q and
going west to Indiana Avenue. Parade Chairman is Jason Davis and one of
several Wrangler volunteers who produce and host the event.
This year’s parade theme is “Twinkle of Hope”. Groups and floats are asked
to use as many lights as possible, with a minimum of 1,000 lights per
vehicle. Our website, www.miraclesparade.com, has complete information
about the parade, along with the downloadable application to be a
participant in the parade. The parade is a United States Marine Toys For Tots
event to gather unwrapped toys for needy children in this area. 2023 is the
76th Anniversary of the Toys For Tots in America.
The parade is open for local and area businesses to have a float or vehicles
in the lighted parade as well as any non-profit groups, schools, families, and organizations.
The deadline for completed applications from participants is Tuesday,
December 5, 2023, at 6:00pm. Visit website for documents. This is also the
time for the mandatory meeting for all parade participants at the Sunset Family Life Building at 3631 34th Street.
Make plans to attend this fun and free event set for Saturday, December 9, 2023. Visit the parade website at www.miraclesparade.com for all details.