Nashville’s popular holiday attraction is adding a new feature in its third year, and interested persons are invited to come aboard for the fun.
The Nashville Hometown Christmas event will hold its first Christmas Lights parade on Friday, December 3. Registration is now open, according to a Facebook post.
Required sign up information in the Google form include name, email, organization, phone and vehicle type. Participants are invited to decorate floats, golf carts, automobiles, side-by-sides or other creative idea.
The theme this year is The Polar Express.
Nashville Hometown Christmas first started in 2019 as a one-day festival on the Washington County Courthouse lawn. Past attractions have included carriage rides, craft fairs, food vendors, a Candy Cane Lane and a special visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus to light the large tree in front of City Hall.
This year’s Hometown Christmas is set for Dec. 4.