GREENCASTLE- On a chilly Saturday morning, November 18, the borough of Greencastle came alive with the sounds of Christmas carols and the joyful spirit of the holiday season. The annual Christmas Parade, a beloved tradition in the community, brought together residents, businesses, and organizations to celebrate the magic of Christmas.
The parade kicked off at the Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library on East Baltimore Street, with eager spectators lining the sidewalks to catch a glimpse of the festive procession. As the clock struck 9:21 a.m., the parade began its journey through the heart of Greencastle, winding its way down Baltimore Street and culminating at the American Legion on South Carlisle Street.
Throughout the parade, community members proudly displayed their Christmas spirit. Local businesses decorated their floats with festive themes, while individuals and families dressed up in their favorite holiday attire. The atmosphere was filled with laughter, smiles, and the collective joy of celebrating the season.