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December 7, 2013

Valdosta Christmas Parade today

VALDOSTA — The Greater Valdosta Community Christmas Parade starts at 5 p.m. today. With the staging area at Woodrow Wilson Drive, the parade will move south along Patterson Street to Downtown Valdosta,

concluding at the Bank of America building. In addition to the parade, Main Street Valdosta’s Holiday Open House runs throughout today with events including a kid’s play area with bounce houses and a ‘snow’ zone, musical entertainment, pet adoptions at the Courthouse lawn; First Presbyterian Church will host a bazaar and bake sale.

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