Suwannee Democrat

Suwannee Democrat

December 1, 2012

Live Oak's Christmas on the Square continues

Live Oak — The event features over 200 vendors in downtown Live Oak. 

Shenandoah Dairy is sponsoring the agricultural section of Christmas on the Square. For the past three years, the dairy has coordinated the agriculture market, which is located in front of the Paul Langford Stadium on Wilbur Street.

The Live Oak Fire Department is sponsoring the antique and classic car and truck show that will take place downtown from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The annual Christmas Lights Parade, set to begin at 6 p.m., is a favorite among adults and children alike. The lighted parade sets the tone for the Christmas spirit and brings a cheerful heart to those who experience it. The parade route will begin at the Suwannee Elementary School on South Ohio Avenue and will travel north. From Ohio Avenue, the parade will travel west on Howard Street and then turn left onto Houston Avenue where it will end at Paul Langford Stadium. 
The grand marshal for this year’s parade is Lisa Kriehn of Love INC.

This year’s stage is filled with a variety of talent, with dance shops taking the stage.


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