2022 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade
Selected as the "Best of Ohio"
Parade by the readers of
Ohio Magazine for 2014, 2015, 2019 & 2020!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Event begins at 7 PM
It's the most wonderful time of the year! The 19th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade takes place Saturday, November 19th at 7 pm in downtown Greenville.
This annual tradition has kicked-off the holiday season for the downtown Greenville district the past decade and a half! More than 90 lighted horse-drawn carriages, hitches and riders illuminate downtown, bringing an estimated 8,000-plus spectators for the grand event!
Main Street Greenville, the non-profit organization that coordinates the event, provides multiple entertainment options leading up to the parade, including shopping and dining at the independent and unique shops located in downtown Greenville!
The event route travels down S. Broadway, goes around the circle and travels back-up S. Broadway.
For more information about Main Street Greenville and the 19th Hometown Holiday Horse Parade, please visit MSG's Facebook page or the Hometown Holiday Horse Parade's Facebook page. Contact event chairperson Diana Stebbins at 937-606-4776 or email email@example.com.
Downtown Greenville and Public Parking Map
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All day • Shop our downtown businesses and enjoy our downtown restaurants prior to the parade!
4:00-6:30 p.m. • Romer's Catering Holiday Horse Parade Dinner. Tickets available at romerscatering.com. For info call 937-548-2202.
5:00-8:00 p.m. • Sure Shot Tap House Buffett. For ticket info email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 937-459-5117.
5:00-7:00 p.m. • FREE Pony Rides Located at Annie Oakley Park, intersection of S. Broadway & Martin St.
5:00-7:00 p.m. • VENDORS
YOLO Park -- YOLO of Darke County (hot dogs, popcorn, steamed bagel sandwiches, glow necklaces, hot chocolate)
5th St. -- Cumberland Kettle Corn (regular & flavored kettle corn, pop & water)
4th St. (Courthouse) -- Badges BBQ food truck
Circle near Post Office -- Stumpy's Kettle Korn (regular & caramel kettle corn)
Annie Oakley Park -- CMA Church (hot chocolate)
Circle (near Moc Shoppe) -- East Main Church of Christ (hot chocolate, coffee, cookies, snacks, candy canes)
St. Paul Lutheran Church -- Hot chocolate
7:00 pm • 19th Annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade! More than 100 lighted horse-drawn carriages, hitches and riders illuminate South Broadway for a grand holiday tradition
FOLLOWING THE PARADE --
Head down to Annie Oakley Park for the tree lighting. This year's tree is donated in honor of Dianne Brown.
Thank you to our event sponsors!
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