Love Horse-Drawn Carriage and Parades? Kick Off December in Lebanon

On Dec. 1, the 30th-annual Lebanon Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade and Festival features local food and craft vendors and, of course, two parades featuring strictly horse-drawn carriages

click to enlarge A horse-drawn carriage similar to some you'll be able to see at the 30th-annual Lebanon Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade and Festival - PHOTO: RANDY FATH
Photo: Randy Fath
A horse-drawn carriage similar to some you'll be able to see at the 30th-annual Lebanon Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade and Festival

The 30th-annual Lebanon Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade and Festival is a self-explanatory holiday procession featuring strictly horse-drawn carriages with two parades this Saturday (Dec. 1): one at 1 p.m. and one at 7 p.m.

Lebanon’s quaint downtown area will also be taken over by local food and craft vendors along Mulberry and Mechanic streets. Originally launched as an old-fashioned street festival and antique horse-drawn carriage parade to draw Christmas crowds to the town for shopping and other festivities has become an annual tradition with elves, a live nativity scene, appearances from Santa and Mrs. Claus and plenty of crafty handmade holiday shopping.

10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday. Free. Downtown Lebanon, facebook.com/lebanonchamber.

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