The holiday season is coming quickly, and The Rotary Clubs of Plano are preparing with the announcement of the Plano Holiday Parade, set for Dec. 2. This year’s theme returns with “March of the Toys.”
The parade will begin at 2 p.m. on 18th Street at M Avenue, head west on 18th Street, turn south on Municipal Avenue, east on 15th Street, north on M Avenue and end at the Bird Educational Center.
The parade will feature appearances from Santa, Plano ISD bands, cheer squads and JROTCs. Community organizations are invited to participate.
The parade will end shortly before the Dickens Holiday Festival in Downtown Plano. Parade-goers are encouraged to stick around and do some holiday shopping before the festival begins.
H-E-B is once again the title sponsor of this year’s holiday parade and is funded in part by the City of Plano. The Plano Holiday Parade is organized by The Rotary Clubs of Plano, which consists of all six Rotary Clubs within the city.
“After our successful July 4th parade this summer, the Rotary Clubs of Plano are honored to have the opportunity to bring the holiday parade back to Downtown Plano,” said Liz Lansing, parade co-chair and member of the North Texas Pioneers Rotary Club. “Rotarians are people of action, and we hope to bring the community together to celebrate the holidays.”