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Guests at the City of Lilburn's upcoming holiday events will have the opportunity to have their picture taken inside a life-sized snow globe or watch Santa Claus as he travels down Main Street in a horse drawn carriage.
The Lilburn Tree Lighting, taking place on Saturday, November 23 at 6 p.m., includes live holiday music, character visits, and a life-sized snow globe photo opportunity. The Lilburn Middle School Chorus and the Lilburn First Baptist Proclamation Handbell Ensemble are both returning this year to entertain the crowd. Additional entertainment at the event will include the Atlanta Trombone Ensemble, the Lilburn Elementary School Chorus, and the Salem Missionary Baptist Youth Choir. Macaroni Kid Snellville will offer a free kids craft inside Lilburn City Hall-Library while supplies last. After the countdown, guests can take pictures in front of the beautiful 25+ ft. tree in front of city hall.
The Lilburn Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7, will feature floats, classic cars, marching bands, and more. The parade begins at 10 a.m. and residents will line the route as parade participants make their way down Main Street. The City of Lilburn is honored to have the 2018 Gwinnett County Public Schools Teacher of the Year, Heidi Campbell, serving as Grand Marshal for this year's parade. Ms. Campbell teaches journalism and British literature at Parkview High School. Santa Claus will travel the parade route in a horse drawn carriage. Following the parade, guests are invited to stop by Lilburn City Hall-Library to visit with Santa and take pictures.
Learn more about these and other City of Lilburn events at cityoflilburn.com.