Holiday season sure to suit the taste of Boca Raton residents

December 4, 2011 by  

Residents who can’t go to Mizner Park Amphitheater for Jazz Live on the 2nd still have a lot of options this December.

Perhaps the biggest event of the holiday season, the 41st Annual Holiday Street Parade will be taking place at 7:30 p.m on December 7th. The theme for this year is “Having a Ball in Boca”.

According to the website:

“Community businesses, churches, schools, civic organizations come together in the spirit of holiday cooperation and fun at the 41st annual Parade proceeding north on Federal Highway from SE 8th Street to North Mizner Boulevard. It’s a lineup of many local marching bands and choirs, entertainers, dancers, cheerleaders, twirlers, drill teams, and a wide array of colorful floats. Best viewing is at the bleacher area in Sanborn Square, just north of Palmetto Park Road. The Police Athletic League (PAL) 11th annual Mile Run precedes the parade at 7:15pm”

Between the floats and the general celebration leading up to this event, local printing companies will probably be busy producing quality banner printing, flyer printing, and any additional printing products needed.

If the Holiday Street Parade isn’t enough for Boca Raton residents to look forward to, on December 17th, 2011, the C-15 Canal will be the starting place of the 35th Annual Holiday Boat Parade. With prizes going to the most well decorated boats, those hoping to participate will likely also need to look into the printing services of Boca Raton print companies.

Whether a fan of water sports or land-based activities, this year’s holiday festivities are sure to get attention.