The 35th annual will be held on Friday, Dec 3 from 7 p.m.
The parade will be led by the beloved Hooper Firetruck, carrying a local Girl Scout Troop. The parade will consist of 10 professional float presentations, dozens of local floats and performing groups such as the North Hunterdon and Voorhees high school marching bands, St. Anns Bagpipe Band and Boy Scout Marching Band 121. Music will be featured on many of the floats.
There will be our ever popular costumes with many favourite people such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Ronald McDonald and crew, Sam The Snowman, Christmas Minion, Dory, the Zany Madcap Elf and Scooby Doo, just to name a few.
The parade will turn right onto East Main Street, then then to Lower Center Street. This is the best place to see.
The parade will proceed to Lower Center, left, and end at the Bridge of Halstead.
The Clinton Community Center will take a drop off and a pick up of participants at the Drop-off facility.
Shuttle buses will provide transportation from South Ridge Community Church, just across the street from Walmart Plaza, to the Clinton House. The buses will begin at five o'clock and return immediately after the parade. Porta-Johns will be located in the parking lot below Main Street, right for the Second Station.
The Clinton Christmas Parade sponsored by: AM Best and Company, The Hunterdon HealthCare System, Unity Bank, Ihling Sales and Service, RE/Max Supreme/ Motto Mortgages, Clinton Pharmacy, Gebhardt and Keifer Law Offices, Woodstock Farms, Ron and Martha Subber, The North Hunterdon Rotary Club, The Towne Restaurant, McDonald's, Red Cross, Powerco and The Guild of Clinton.
Special thanks to Centrylink, the participating C.E.R.T. teams from the surrounding areas, the Clinton Police Department, the Fire Department and the Rescue.
Presented in response to parade events, parade organizers ask participants and parade-goes to have all of their questions answered or addressed well before parade evening. They emphasised importance of getting to designated area as early as possible, and maintaining social distancing or take necessary precautions if you are more vulnerable.