Christmas Parades Still To Roll In Southwest Louisiana
"Cajun sneaux" kept Santa from rolling into some southwest Louisiana towns, but there's still a few more Christmas parades for him to ride in and for you to attend.
Mark your calendars and pray for good weather!
Vinton-- Friday, December 9th, 5:00-- Floats start rolling from Vinton High School and proceed to the town Christmas Tree where everyone is invited to gather for a Community Christmas in the Park.
Westlake-- Saturday, December 10th, 1:00-- The West Cal Kiwanis Club Christmas Parade will head down Sampson Street to usher in the season.
Moss Bluff-- Saturday, December 10th, 2:00-- The parade begins and ends at Sam Houston High School. Everyone, whether in the parade or as a spectator, is encouraged to wear their favorite festive attire!
Iowa-- Saturday, December 10th, 4:00-- The parade starts at the VF Mall and proceeds through town to the Lawrence Toups Memorial Park for a family-friendly Christmas in the Park.
Iota-- Sunday, December 11th, 2:00-- Lineup for the Mayor's Christmas Parade is at 1:00 across from The Bank. The parade rolls at 2PM.
From concerts to carriage rides, there are so many fun, festive things to get you in the Christmas spirit around southwest Louisiana. Take a break from the hustle and bustle, and enjoy any one of them to get your heart into the holiday spirit.