Gloucester’s Holiday Parade is on once again after a 2-year Covid hiatus. The parade will kick off on Sunday, November 27th, at 3:00 pm from the State Fish Pier. The parade route travels down Parker Street to Main Street, and then down Western Avenue to the Tree Lighting Ceremony at Kent Circle. 

Gloucester’s Holiday Parade is on once again after a 2-year Covid hiatus. The parade will kick off on Sunday, November 27th, at 3:00 pm from the State Fish Pier. The parade route travels down Parker Street to Main Street, and then down Western Avenue to the Tree Lighting Ceremony at Kent Circle. 

Organizers are looking for floats, groups of enthusiastic marchers, school groups and musical entertainment. The only requirement is that the entry have a holiday theme. Entrants will be eligible to win a first, second or third place trophy. Mayor Greg Verga will lead the judge’s float this year. 

This year’s Grand Marshals are going to be the 60 members of the Gloucester Rotary Club, who will be celebrating 100 years of service to our Gloucester community.

The parade will end up at Kent Circle for the Gloucester Tree Lighting Ceremony which will take place at dusk. Following that, Santa will be available in his sleigh for picture taking.

Please contact Joe Ciolino at the Weathervane at 978-281-1227 to register for the parade. 

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