Holiday Light Parade 2020

The 2020 Holiday Light Parade date has been set!

“Start stocking up on string lights now!”  😄—(Advice per Stephanie Iverson.)

If your family or business would like to be in the parade this year, please register with Betsy Howell as soon as possible so together we can make it even biggerand brighter!than last year.    What fun!

Holiday Light Parade 2019 Image 1

A message from Betsy Howell, Parade Organizer:  Can’t wait!  I want to thank everyone who was in the parade last year and invite them and you to participate in this years. The more floats the better!  

Please contact me:  Betsy Howell at 208.716.5757 or Stephanie Iverson at 208.251.9238 if you could put in a float.  We would really appreciate it if you would!

McCammon's Holiday Light Parade 2019 - Image via Idaho State Journal

Images from McCammon’s Holiday Light Parade 2019 by Doug Lindley, courtesy of the Idaho State Journal.

See the full post with many more pics on the Idaho State Journal website here:  McCammon Christmas Parade

 

McCammon’s Holiday Light Parade Route. Participants line up on 2nd and Front Street, then head South on Center Street. Friday December 4, 2020 – Parade starts at 7 pm! See you there! 🎅🤶

McCammon Holiday Light Parade and Party

 

🎄A Christmas Light Parade is scheduled for December 13th at 7:00 pm with more holiday festivities directly after the parade at the McCammon Depot/City offices!
Read on for all the details!

The parade organizers are Betsy Howell, Stephanie Iverson and families.  The starting point and route will be exactly the same as the annual rodeo parade route, with participants lining up North of town and proceeding on Center Street and looping around on Logan, then down Front Street to park at the depot building.

Directly after the parade, everyone is invited to head to The Depot for a night of merriment and good cheer hosted by MAC (McCammon Action Council.)

Hot cocoa will be served (compliments of MAC) and everyone is asked to bring your favorite cookies to share.

UPDATE 12/5:  It was just announced that free chili will be provided, too!

Bring your ornament for the outdoor Christmas tree

You’re invited to bring a Christmas tree ornament for the community tree located in front of the city offices to be added that night (or you can drop off prior to the event night if you prefer.)

Sherri Bordeaux and Reese Darcy are organizing the after-parade festivities and told us that Santa will be featured in the parade on McCammon’s fire truck and arriving at the party soon after to meet and greet all the children.

So dress warm, bring your favorite mug and your Christmas wish list.  As always, jolly old Santa will be happy to pose for pics, so don’t forget your camera.

See you there!

P.S.  We want to make sure we have plenty of refreshments for everyone…If you plan to attend, we would really appreciate knowing how many in your famly/group will be there.  Please use this link Holiday Light Parade & Party and leave a comment indicating how many plan to attend.  Thanks so much!

**** If you are driving to the party, please note that a section of the area around the depot building will be roped off/reserved for the indoor-outdoor festivities, so it may be a good idea to drop off the little ones, the elderly or anyone with mobility issues.

Old Time Country Holiday Fair & Festival of Trees

A holiday fair and festival of trees, all proceeds go to Marsh Valley Scholarships and families in need.

Silent Auction, Crafts, Treats.

December 6th and 7th from 4-9 pm.

Marsh Valley Performing Arts Center

Still accepting silent auction donations!  – Please contact organizers (below) for details.

The 10th annual MV Festival of Trees is being held this year at the MVHS Performing Arts Center.
The proceeds this year will be going to fund:

    •  (3) – $1,000 scholarships for MVHS students in a variety of areas.
    • Local families and individuals in need.
    • Marsh Valley clubs, sports, and groups helping with this event.

We will be having a vendor fair, activities for children and adults, food, and a silent auction for trees, wreaths, decorations, and other items to benefit the Marsh Valley community.

Aimee Collings 

Bekki Pope

 

 

 

Old Time Country Holiday Fair & Festival of Trees

A holiday fair and festival of trees, all proceeds go to Marsh Valley Scholarships and families in need.

Silent Auction, Crafts, Treats.

December 6th and 7th from 4-9 pm.

Marsh Valley Performing Arts Center

Still accepting silent auction donations!  – Please contact organizers (below) for details.

The 10th annual MV Festival of Trees is being held this year at the MVHS Performing Arts Center.
The proceeds this year will be going to fund:

    •  (3) – $1,000 scholarships for MVHS students in a variety of areas.
    • Local families and individuals in need.
    • Marsh Valley clubs, sports, and groups helping with this event.

We will be having a vendor fair, activities for children and adults, food, and a silent auction for trees, wreaths, decorations, and other items to benefit the Marsh Valley community.

Aimee Collings 

Bekki Pope