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Welcome the 2012 Holiday Season at the Colorado Springs Festival of Lights Parade!

Join in the tradition of kicking off the winter holiday season in Colorado Springs at the 28th Annual Festival of Lights Celebration. This annual celebration organized by the Festival of Lights, Inc. includes a number of seasonal events, performances and more. The celebration beginning with the Festival of Lights Parade on December 1, 2012 at 5:50 PM.

Colorado Springs Festival of Lights Parade 2012
“Home for the Holidays”
December 1, 2012
5:50 PM

This year’s celebration is themed “Home for the Holidays” and begins in downtown Colorado Springs at Tejon Street and St. Vrain Street. The parade will travel south on Tejon Street to Vermijo Avenue. The parade’s Grand Marshall is Forest Supervisor Jerri Marr, who played a crucial role throughout the Waldo Canyon Wildfires.

The Festival of Lights Parade in Colorado Springs is more than an annual holiday tradition, it is a local fundraiser benefiting the Empty Stocking Fund charity in 2012. For more information on the Colorado Springs Festival of Lights Parade 2012, visit the event’s official website.

The Cheyenne Mountain Resort, just minutes from the Festival of Lights parade route, is a great place to kick off the holiday season with a weekend getaway. Reserve your room today by calling 800-588-0250 or visiting our website.


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