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  • 2015 Raleigh Christmas Parade

    The weather was sunny and cool as thousands lined the streets of downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, November 21, 2015 to view the 71st annual Raleigh Christmas Parade over its more than 1 mile route. This year's parade featured 115 entries including marching bands, giant balloons, animals, floats and many custom vehicles. The overall parade took about 2 and 1/2hours to complete.

The weather was sunny and cool as thousands lined the streets of downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, November 21, 2015 to view the 71st annual Raleigh Christmas Parade over its more than 1 mile route. This year's parade featured 115 entries including marching bands, giant balloons, animals, floats and many custom vehicles. The overall parade took about 2 and 1/2hours to complete. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
The weather was sunny and cool as thousands lined the streets of downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, November 21, 2015 to view the 71st annual Raleigh Christmas Parade over its more than 1 mile route. This year's parade featured 115 entries including marching bands, giant balloons, animals, floats and many custom vehicles. The overall parade took about 2 and 1/2hours to complete. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

Hey, Raleigh: Hold the parades and keep Christmas in December – Shaffer

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