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Fulda Parade of Lights Saturday

FULDA -- The Fulda Area Community Club will host the third annual Fulda Parade of Lights, featuring the theme "Winter Wonderland," on Saturday.The parade is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m, with lineup and judging commencing at 4:30 p.m. The parade r...

FULDA - The Fulda Area Community Club will host the third annual Fulda Parade of Lights, featuring the theme “Winter Wonderland,” on Saturday.
The parade is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m, with lineup and judging commencing at 4:30 p.m. The parade route will start at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and continue north down Maryland Avenue. The parade will then turn onto Northeast Seventh Street and proceed to Maple Lawn Nursing Home, then turn left toward Northeast Eighth Street.
Parade participants will loop around Maple Lawn Nursing Home before heading back onto Northeast Seventh Street toward North St. Paul Avenue. After a turn onto North St. Paul, the parade will ultimately end at intersection of Main Street and St. Paul Avenue.
Event organizers anticipate illuminated floats from businesses, churches and nonprofit organizations, as well as some families. A prize will be given to the first-place winner in categories including Christmas lights, music and decorations based on “Winter Wonderland.”
Additional activities are scheduled besides the annual parade. Santa will be at Antonio’s from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. to meet with children for pictures and snacks. Also, a community movie will be shown on a big screen in the Fulda High School gym following the parade.

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