The 23rd Annual Groveland Christmas parade filled the historic downtown streets with record crowds
Groveland held its 23rd Annual Christmas Parade last week. Dozens of floats, marchers and bands filled the streets of Historic Downtown Groveland. There was standing room only as a record crowd filled the streets to watch the festivities.
Santa's Workshop opened at 6pm in the Lake David Center with free photos with Santa. Hundreds of children lined up to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus.
The official light up ceremony took place at Lake David Park followed by a stroll down Main Street to view the holiday lights.
The Tablet will feature more photos in our December 25 Holiday Edition.
The Clermont Academy of Dance kept everyone moving to the music. The FFA of Gray Middle School joined the fun with a hay roll snowman. The Clermont Academy of Dance shows off their trophy for best walking participants. See all the parade photos in our upcoming Holiday Edition, December 25. (Photos by Mike Corradino)
From church floats to sports teams, the parade involved all aspects of the community. The Christian Worship Center (above) provided songs of the season while Clermont Roofing (below) towed a flatbed full of Pop Warner players. (Photos by Mike Corradino)
It's not truly Christmas without angels. These two graced one of the church floats during the 23rd Annual Groveland Christmas Parade. (Photo by Mike Corradino)