Woodland businessman spearheads efforts to save annual city lights festival parade – CBS Sacramento

WOODLAND (CBS13) – A group of Woodland business owners are stepping in to help save the city’s Christmas Lights Festival parade after a man says it has to happen.

Anticipation rises in the Woodland Plaza as the Christmas decorations are on display. Everything is being prepared for the parade on December 10.

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The Christmas tradition of the parade had been canceled for the second year in a row. But the owner of a local business, Al Eby, made a wish list for Christmas when he learned that the Festival of Lights parade was canceled again.

He works with Visit Woodland, which has rallied a group of entrepreneurs and hoteliers. They didn’t want to back down on the holiday tradition that has been canceled since COVID. Several fire departments will also be joining the party which will take place on December 10 instead of the typical first weekend in December.

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“Letting people know what we’re doing… showing them the businesses and the amazing places in downtown Woodland… and the cooperation of the city and the police department, the fire department is huge for us,” said Aby.

Registration for the parade is free. To be involved, Click here.

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[Editor’s Note: The original story incorrectly reported that the Chamber of Commerce would no longer be holding the parade. It was only going to be canceled this year.]


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