Thursday, December 6, 2012

Kernersville Christmas Parade 2012: Highlights and Video

Kernersville's Christmas Parade was Sunday, December 2. According to the Chamber of Commerce, this is the largest Christmas Parade in the Triad! With more than 1,500 participants and lasting more than two hours, we find this very easy to believe. The parade travels down Mountain Street in Downtown Kernersville, starting at Highway 66 and finishing at Kernersville Elementary School. If you are planning to attend a parade in Kernersville, we would recommend three things. First, get there early. Second, bring a chair. Third, bring a bag, because there is a lot of candy thrown to the children watching and you'll want to have a way to carry your stash back home. This year's highlights included the bands from East Forsyth, Glenn and Northwest Guilford High Schools. Oak Ridge Military Academy marched. Here are some highlights from the Kernersville Parade. Enjoy!

P.S.  If you'd like to see Kernersville's Christmas Tree Lighting, go here!

P.P.S.  We'd appreciate it if you can help us caption those photos that don't have one.  Thanks!

Grand Marshall Mayor Dana Caudill Jones rode in a horse drawn carriage


Oak Ridge Military Academy

Winston Wings

Northwest Guilford High School

Keller Williams Realty

Drama Kids

Jots of Circus Daze

SonShyne of Circus Daze

The sign on the back of the wagon read, "Pulled Pork"

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