Details of Lacey Township’s Annual Holly Jolly Christmas Parade


Love it, it’s the 37th Annual Lacey Township Christmas Parade.

This year’s Christmas Parade is sponsored by Lacey Elks Lodge 2518. No registration is required for this joyful parade.

This year’s parade will begin Dec. 4 at the United Methodist Church on Lacey Road. The staging area begins around 2:13 – 2:30 p.m. with the parade kicking off at 3:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to participate in the parade. The happier they are Facebook page said. For more information, call 609-693-9831 ext. 2.

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It’s always great fun. You may need to dress warmly and of course be prepared for Santa Claus himself. When we talk about Christmas, there are five things New Jerseyans love the most. Can you guess which of them is? It’s parades.

Growing up, we never had Christmas parades. Halloween parades were still popular and Veterans Day parades, wearing my red, white and blue every year. But a Christmas parade?

The five things New Jerseyans love the most when it comes to Christmas:

#5 – Christmas Lights

#4 – Christmas Songs

#3 – Christmas Parades

#2 – Christmas Cards

#1- Stocking Stuffers for Christmas Day

On the program, the Christmas parades presented themselves in front of the beautiful Christmas lights, wow. I had no idea. What did I miss? Well, I’ll tell you… If you’ve never seen that adorable, jolly Christmas parade in Lacey Township, you’re missing something so special.

It’s a total family atmosphere with kids dressed in their favorite elf outfits, families wearing matching pajamas and, of course, everyone hoping to see Santa Claus. The best part is the hot chocolate. The community all together celebrating is something you really shouldn’t miss this holiday season.

The Lacey Township Christmas Parade takes place, once again, on December 4, 2022 on Lacey Road. The rain date for the parade is December 11, 2022.

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