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Lowcountry 2013 holiday parade guide

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Holiday festivities throughout the Lowcountry will take place from the latter part of November through December. Holiday festivities throughout the Lowcountry will take place from the latter part of November through December.
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Holiday festivities throughout the Lowcountry will take place from the latter part of November through December.  Below is a list of the some of the parades and events around the Lowcountry to celebrate the holiday season.

Beaufort Christmas Parade
Sunday, December 8th, 3 p.m.
Downtown Beaufort, (843)525-6644

Charleston Christmas Parade
December 1, 2013  2-5 PM
Phone: (843) 720-1981
The holiday tradition is better than ever as bands, floats, marchers and performers parade through downtown Charleston. The Parade will begin at 2 p.m. starting at Broad and Barre Street. The parade proceeds down Broad Street making a left onto King Street.  The parade will end with Santa's arrival at Marion Square on the corner of Calhoun and King Street.

Edisto Island Christmas Parade
December 14 2013 | 2pm-3pm
Palmetto Blvd

Folly Beach Christmas Parade
December 14 at 1 p.m.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Join the Folly community for this annual event. The parade will take place on Center Street.  Please make plans to arrive early-Center Street will close at least 30 minutes prior to the parade.

Georgetown Christmas Parade
December 7th
Parade begins at 10am
For more info contact Peter Mitchell at 843-325-0983

Goose Creek's 2nd annual Lakeside Light Display
Thursday, December 5
For more info contact 569-4242

Hollywood 2013 Christmas Parade
December 8 2pm
For more info call 843-889-3222

Moncks Corner Christmas Parade
Sunday December 8 at 3:30 p.m.
For more information cal 843-899-4780
The parade will begin at Berkeley High School and end at Main Street Extention

Mount Pleasant Christmas Parade
December 8th  
Coleman Boulevard
843.884.8517

North Charleston Christmas Parade                                                                                Dec 7 4:30-9pm                                                                                                          Park Circle, 4800 Park Cir, North Charleston, SC                                                              Annual North Charleston Christmas Lighting, Festival and Parade - Experience dozens of beautiful Christmas trees decorated by local churches, schools, businesses, and civic groups. Enjoy rides, dancing troupes, hayrides, pony rides, visits with Mr. and Mrs. Clause and the annual Christmas parade. Admission is free.Summerville Christmas Parade
Sunday, December 8, 2013 at 2pm
A map of the parade route

Walterboro Christmas Parade                                                                                 Sunday, December 08, 2013                                                                                           Start Time: 5:00 PM
(843)538-4353

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