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Miracle on Main to be Dec. 2 in Greensburg

Greensburg's annual Christmas festivities will be held on Saturday, December 2nd. Activities will begin at approximately 10amCT that morning. The parade will take place at 3pm Central Time and will be followed by the lighting of the square at dark (around 5:30pm).

We are excited to extend local businesses, organizations, churches, and civic organizations the opportunity to help make this event magical!

We are working on growing our events in Greensburg and cannot do it without you! There will be many activities for all ages on the square both before and after the Christmas Parade and Light Up Greensburg. Please help make this event a success and encourage all to attend!

This year Haydon Materials is sponsoring our Christmas parade. This means each category will have a first, second, and third place winner.

General Entry will have a first place prize of $125 (second and third place will each receive a plaque. The first place prize for Float Entry will be $500 with second and third place also receiving a plaque.

If there are any questions regarding the parade or if you would like to help, please do not hesitate to contact Diane Hall (270-299-6683,, Jackie Bennett (270-932-0023), or City Hall (270-932-4298). Deadline to sign up is Monday 11/27 at 4pm CT.

This story was posted on 2023-11-24 09:58:51
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