Boise Holiday Parade 

Downtown Boise, Saturday, Nov. 17

The City of Trees is home to many long-standing traditions, but the Boise Holiday Parade is one of our favorites. Just as strings of lights, fake evergreen wreaths and stuffed Santas are appearing on the shelves of stores all over town, the city throws its red and white fur hat in the ring with a parade that has circled city blocks without fail for the last 70 years. The theme this year is "Christmas in Our Town," and the procession will include floats, live music, feats of skill and a visit from Santa, with Mayor Dave Bieter acting as Grand Marshall. The parade kicks off at the corner of 10th and Jefferson streets, then continues down Jefferson Street to Fourth Street, where it turns south for a block before making a westward lap down Bannock Street back to its starting point. Bring the whole family out to ring in the holidays.

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