Christmas coming to Gallipolis


Gallipolis will be conducting its annual Christmas Parade at 1 p.m . Dec. 5 in Gallipolis City Park. Pictured behind the parade banner is Santa’s House, which will soon play host to all manner of activity as children gather to tell St. Nicholas about their holiday wishes. Gallipolis City Park will come to life with lights — provided by Gallipolis In Lights — Nov. 25, as well as Christmas trees decorated by area businesses and organizations. Even though that is the day before Thanksgiving, it’s traditionally the day that officially begins the Christmas season in Gallia County.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Gallipolis will be conducting its annual Christmas Parade at 1 p.m . Dec. 5 in Gallipolis City Park. Pictured behind the parade banner is Santa’s House, which will soon play host to all manner of activity as children gather to tell St. Nicholas about their holiday wishes. Gallipolis City Park will come to life with lights — provided by Gallipolis In Lights — Nov. 25, as well as Christmas trees decorated by area businesses and organizations. Even though that is the day before Thanksgiving, it’s traditionally the day that officially begins the Christmas season in Gallia County. (Dean Wright | Daily Tribune)

Gallipolis will be conducting its annual Christmas Parade at 1 p.m . Dec. 5 in Gallipolis City Park. Pictured behind the parade banner is Santa’s House, which will soon play host to all manner of activity as children gather to tell St. Nicholas about their holiday wishes. Gallipolis City Park will come to life with lights — provided by Gallipolis In Lights — Nov. 25, as well as Christmas trees decorated by area businesses and organizations. Even though that is the day before Thanksgiving, it’s traditionally the day that officially begins the Christmas season in Gallia County.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_DSCN5110.jpgGallipolis will be conducting its annual Christmas Parade at 1 p.m . Dec. 5 in Gallipolis City Park. Pictured behind the parade banner is Santa’s House, which will soon play host to all manner of activity as children gather to tell St. Nicholas about their holiday wishes. Gallipolis City Park will come to life with lights — provided by Gallipolis In Lights — Nov. 25, as well as Christmas trees decorated by area businesses and organizations. Even though that is the day before Thanksgiving, it’s traditionally the day that officially begins the Christmas season in Gallia County. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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