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January 18, 2021

Logistics, instructions for ‘Tis the Season Spectacular parade

The following are logistics and instructions from parade organizers about Wednesday’s ‘Tis the Season Spectacular parade. Streets are scheduled to close around 4 p.m. in the downtown area for the parade. People should come at the time slots they signed up for at tistheseasonspectacular.com.

  • Participants (people who signed up for a time slot) turn left on Lafayette Street coming from the North Rowan area or use North Lee Street to arrive at the check-in area.
  • Check-in is in the parking lot adjacent to Franklin Street on North Lee Street. It will be well-marked.
  • Participants are asked to bring their email confirmation for the time slot reserved. Once the reservation is confirmed, they will proceed to the parade queue.
  • Participants should arrive 20-30 minutes before their scheduled time slots to complete the registration process.
  • Representatives from Toys for Tots will be in the registration area for participants who would like to donate a toy to this organization.
  • Parade marshals and law enforcement will direct vehicles to the starting line.
  • Every 30 minutes, vehicles will follow a pace car. Drivers should adhere to a 10 mph speed limit
  • Participants may not stop their cars along the route.
  • Participants many listen to a live broadcast of the event on either 1280 AM or 103.3 FM

Thank you for helping make this year’s parade: “Tis the Season Spectacular: Take a Home Town Ride With Us” a success.

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