The 15th Annual Lighted Snowflake Parade glides into Cambridge Saturday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m.
The parade will start at Fern and 2nd and head east on 2nd to Main Street downtown, and then turn south to 5th at the edge of the First Baptist Church campus.
No parking will be allowed in or around the First Baptist Church parking lot, as that will be the tear down area for floats.
This year’s edition is packed to the brim with more than 50 out-of-town royalty entries and 30 local businesses and organizations. Many of the out-of-town festivals’ ambassadors will be arriving early for an afternoon reception and social, and then heading to local senior homes to visit and share the spirit of the Season of Giving.
A Community Chili Feed will be held in conjunction with the parade from 4 to 8 p.m. in the Cambridge American Legion basement, featuring Captain Ken’s chili and Herman’s Bakery French bread, for just $3 a bowl. The chili feed helps defray the costs of putting on this fun family event.