The Caddo community in East Lawrence is accepting registration forms for the community’s Christmas Parade, beginning at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, Dec. 11.
Participants have until 5 p.m. on Dec. 6 to register a float, vehicle, or ATV. Walkers and marching bands are also welcomed to participate and must complete an entry form by the deadline, according to organizers.
Lineup for the parade will begin at Veterans Park at 2 p.m., with the procession scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.
The route will begin along Meg Thelton Lane, continue up Lawrence County Road 214 and circle the three East Lawrence schools, organizers said.
Entry forms are available on the Caddo Events Committee Facebook page. For questions or further information, interested participants may also contact Lyndsey 256-221-0686.
Christmas parades across the county
Registration is still open for four other Christmas parades across Lawrence County as well. The Town of Courtland will kick off Christmas events in the county with its parade slated for Thursday, Dec. 2.
There is no fee to participate, according to organizers. Registration forms are available at Courtland City Hall or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lineup for the parade will begin in downtown Courtland at 6 p.m. For more information, contact Peggy Hazle at 256-637-8109 or Linda Gibson at 256-483-8436.
On Friday, Dec. 3, the City of Moulton, the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and various volunteers will present Moulton’s annual Christmas Parade at 7 p.m.
Registration to participate is open until 3 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 26.
The cost to participate is $25 per float or towing vehicle, $15 for non-float participants—such as single vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, golf carts and tractors—and $5 for horses and riders. Three-wheelers and 4-wheelers will not be permitted in the parade.
Participants driving a float or vehicle must provide a copy of their driver’s license and proof of insurance upon parade registration.
Registration forms are available at Moulton City Hall and at the Lawrence County Chamber office on Alabama 24 in Moulton. Forms are also available for download at www.cityofmoultonal.com or www.lawrencealabama.com.
For more information, contact Parade Coordinator Brittany Alred at 256-616-4102, or contact the Lawrence Chamber at 256-974-1658, or Moulton City Hall at 256-974-5191.
Mt. Hope will hold its 15th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 4, according to organizers.
There is no entry fee to participate. Lineup will begin at Mt. Hope School at 11 a.m. with the parade procession beginning at noon.
Floats, vehicles, ATVs, horses, walkers, bands and wagons are welcome, organizers said. For more information, contact Kristi Robertson at 256-974-9838 or 256-566-5538.
Hatton sisters, Taffy Johnson, Tracy Parker and Tara McAbee, will host the community’s annual Christmas Parade on Sunday, Dec. 5, at 3 p.m.
Lineup will begin at 1 p.m. at the Hatton High School baseball and softball fields.
Though there is no entry fee to participate, Johnson said all proceeds from parade donations will go to a family of Hatton in need. Each year, parade organizers select a recipient for the proceeds, who also gets to serve as Grand Marshal for the parade.
This year’s proceeds will go towards assisting Allison Scoggins Jones with her medical expenses. Jones was diagnosed with breast cancer in February. She has undergone bilateral mastectomies, had lymph nodes removed, and she began chemotherapy in April. In late December, Jones will begin five to six weeks of radiation.
Donations to help with Jones’ medical treatments are accepted at Salon 101 in Hatton, according to parade organizers. Donations will also be accepted at the lineup gate on the day of the parade.
For more information or to to pick up an entry form, call Taffy Johnson at 256-410-6175 or message her on Facebook.
North Courtland also plans to hold its first Christmas Parade this December. Mayor Riely Evans said announcements will be made soon as plans are finalized.