Spring-like weather for Georgetown’s Christmas Parade

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The crew from El Cerro Grande used their float to wish everyone Feliz Navidad.


While most of the country was dealing with snow, ice and sub-freezing temperatures Saturday, many people watching Georgetown’s annual Christmas Parade were dressed in shorts and T-shirts.

Temperatures topped out in the upper 70s during the parade but shortly thereafter a cold front moved through ushering in colder air that arrived Saturday afternoon.

About 110 entries made their way down Front Street to the delight of the thousands that lined the streets.

There were more fire trucks than usual because this year the parade was dedicated to the first responders who helped with the Front Street fire in September.


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