39th Annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade will make an offline comeback

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MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NC – The Town of Davidson and Cornelius are planning to hold the North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade on December 4 2021 at 1 p.m. This year's parade will be done offline with strict health protocols.

The 39th Annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade will start from the intersection of Griffith Street and Highway 115 Davidson up to the intersection of Highway 115 and Catawba Avenue Cornelius. The parade will showcase various performances such as high school bands, horses, tractors, school groups, civic organizations, and many more.

Registration to take part in this parade has been opened since August 13 and is limited to 100 entrants. Thus, interested entrants are encouraged to make early registrations. Just like the previous year, this year's parade registration can be done at Parks and Recreation rec desk website.

For prospective participants who do not have an account, they will be required to create an account before continuing with the registration steps. After completing the registration process and making payment, you will get a receipt that must be retained.

However, due to the COVID-19 situation, the parade committee will continue to monitor federal, state, and county guidelines regarding this issue to ensure public safety. They can also appropriately modify or cancel the event if needed. For the time being, participants are required to comply with the applicable health protocols, such as wearing a mask throughout the event.

Details about the 39th Annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade rules and guidelines can be checked on the Town of Davidson website. You can also contact Davidson Parks and Recreation Department by phone or email.

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