6:30PM - 8:30PM // Town Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room
8AM - 9AM // Biodiversity Education Center
6:30PM - 8:30PM // Zoom Conference Call
9AM - 12PM // Biodiversity Education Center
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The new location isn’t the only change this year. This year’s lighted parade is going motor-free! Join us for a mini-parade in the park, featuring wagons, strollers, bikes, pets, families, community groups all decked out with twinkling holiday lights! Line the parade route early for the best spot. Watch for the “Best Individual,” “Most Creative,” and “Most Holiday Spirit” winners and pick your favorites as they go by. The parade will travel around the west lawn at Andrew Brown Park East. For safety reasons, all entries in the mini-parade must be non-motorized. Applications for this year's mini-parade have closed. We'll see you along the parade route on Saturday night!
After the parade, experience holiday fun at the park! The crowd will countdown to the lighting of the 50ft tree, the largest tree yet. Enjoy bounce houses, face painting, holiday decoration crafting stations, and take photos with Santa and his many helpers. Listen as traditional carolers perform your holiday favorites while snacking on holiday treats, available for purchase from Liberation Coffee and Doughnut Snob.
Can’t make it to the park on December 7? You can join in the holiday cheer all month long! In Coppell’s newest holiday season tradition, stop by the Family Community Holiday Tree and donate an ornament! Share a bauble that represents your favorite hobbies, places, or family – the possibilities are endless! The tree will be on display all month long at the Grand Pavilion at Andrew Brown Park East.
Please note, all donations are final and will not be returned/replaced at the conclusion of the month.