Monday, 22 November 2021

Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood

Fig 01- A float at our neighborhood parade several years ago

Our city, Baton Rouge, have a lot of parades and festivals from January to December every year.

Some of the parades are:

- Mardi Gras
- Krewe of Oshum
- Annual Christmas parade
- Columbus day
- St Patrick day

You may read posting about Mardi Gras parade and its relate activities at previous postings:


Fig 02- A street at neighborhood

Our neighborhood through residents’ association administers annual Christmas parade.


Fig 03- A corner of town

Whoever may participate in the parade:

- no fee
- donate US$22 for portion of mandatory parade insurance.


Fig 04- Residents preparing for parade several years ago.

Parade routes just short distant, about 1.9 miles (3.km). Circling our neighborhood areas.


Fig 05- Just for illustration

Parade starts at 10.00 AM and complete promptly around noon, if weather conditions are good.


Fig 06- Wooden ginger man, illustration

Some parts of parade and festival area:

- floats
- cars
- music
- and other entertainment.

Interestingly, participants may rent a float with 25% discount price through our neighborhood association.

Have your neighborhoods organized any parades or festivals?

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20 comments:

  1. Hello Rainbow,
    Your neighborhood seems so lovely on Christmas time.
    Have a nice week.
    Take care :)

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  2. Se lo pasan de requetebién ajaj. Me ha parecido interesante que desfruten de las cosas y sobre todo la participación del incendiario. Un placer leerte.

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  3. I love it, you guys enjoy the Christmas season well.
    I like that!
    I send you a hug.

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    1. I see...

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  4. Thanks for congratulating my son!

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    1. You are welcome...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
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      Fig 01- A float at our neighborhood parade several years ago

      Our city, Baton Rouge, have a lot of parades and festivals from January to December every year.

      Some of the parades are:
      - Mardi Gras
      - Krewe of Oshum
      - Annual Christmas parade
      - Columbus day
      - St Patrick day

      You may read posting about Mardi Gras parade and its relate activities at previous postings:

      - Local Event Called as “Mardi Gras” In Louisiana, USA
      - Wreaths for Mardi Gras in Louisiana
      - A Traditional Product of Louisiana – King Cake – Part 1
      - A Traditional Product of Louisiana – King Cake – Part 2

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  5. Soy nueva en el vecindario así que aún no se XD

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
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      Fig 02- A street at neighborhood

      Our neighborhood through residents’ association administers annual Christmas parade.

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  6. I liked to know about your 'parades' 🎄🎅
    and that you are from Louisiana.
    Cordial greetings.
    ~~~~

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    1. Indeed.... I come from Louisiana

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
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      Fig 03- A corner of town

      Whoever may participate in the parade:
      - no fee
      - donate US$22 for portion of mandatory parade insurance.

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  7. Sí.
    Aquí se celebran muchos festivales.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      -
      Fig 04- Residents preparing for parade several years ago.

      Parade routes just short distant, about 1.9 miles (3.km). Circling our neighborhood areas.

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  8. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
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      Fig 05- Just for illustration

      Parade starts at 10.00 AM and complete promptly around noon, if weather conditions are good.

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  9. Your neighbourhood does look lovely.

    Happy Wednesday!

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    1. Indeed....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
      -
      Fig 06- Wooden ginger man, illustration

      Some parts of parade and festival area:

      - floats
      - cars
      - music
      - and other entertainment.

      Interestingly, participants may rent a float with 25% discount price through our neighborhood association.

      Have your neighborhoods organized any parades or festivals?

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  10. Thanks for this interesting post.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Annual Christmas Parade in Our Neighborhood
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      Fig 01- A float at our neighborhood parade several years ago

      Our city, Baton Rouge, have a lot of parades and festivals from January to December every year.

      Some of the parades are:
      - Mardi Gras
      - Krewe of Oshum
      - Annual Christmas parade
      - Columbus day
      - St Patrick day

      You may read posting about Mardi Gras parade and its relate activities at previous postings:

      - Local Event Called as “Mardi Gras” In Louisiana, USA
      - Wreaths for Mardi Gras in Louisiana
      - A Traditional Product of Louisiana – King Cake – Part 1
      - A Traditional Product of Louisiana – King Cake – Part 2

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