Nov 14, Cullman. Christmas in Cullman Open House. 256-734-0454. www.cullmanchamber.org. Free. Downtown--Great sales, live entertainment, food, Christmas parade, Santa and more.
Show your holiday spirit and enjoy watching the Christmas Parade!
6:00 pm. Floats, bands, beauty queens, civic organizations, Santa and much more.
The largest Christmas Parade around! Followed by the Downtown Christmas Stroll with activities for the kids, vendors, carolers, and More!
Santa will meet with children of all ages at the Grove Hill Senior Center. Food, games, arts and crafts for children, and more
Athens Christmas Parade. 256-232-1944. Free. Downtown--Enjoy floats and marching bands from area schools. 6-8 p.m.
Dec 3, Greenville. Greenville Christmas Parade. 334-382-3251- www.greenvillealchamber.com. Free. Commerce St.--Floats, tractors, and many local groups participating. 6:30 p.m.
Columbiana Christmas Parade. 205-669-5808 or www.cityofcolumbiana.com.
Downtown--Parade and tree lighting ceremony. 7 p.m.
Dec 4, Fairhope. Fairhope's Magical Christmas Parade. 251-929-1466. www.cofairhope.com. Free. Downtown--Parade begins at the intersection of Morphy and Section Street. 7 p.m.
The Boaz Christmas Parade is one of the largest attended holiday parades on Sand Mountain. Santa makes his first appearance on the mountain at the Boaz Christmas Parade. Start time is 5:00 pm.
Dec 5, Opp. Christmas Parade. 334-493-3070 Downtown--Holiday kickoff parade with approximately 100 entries. 7-8 p.m.
Excel Christmas Parade. 251-765-2558. Free. Downtown--Enjoy the parade, Christmas lights, and holiday music.
Alabaster's Annual Christmas Parade is one of the largest in the state with over 100 entries. There will be dancers, music, cars and trucks, motorcycles, horses, Santa, and lots of candy.
Millbrook Christmas Parade 334-285-6428. www.cityofmillbrook.org. Free. Main Street (parade) & Festival (Village Green Park)--Join in the spirit of Christmas and celebrate the holiday season during the annual Christmas parade and Arts and Crafts in the park. Village Park will be filled with arts and craft vendors and concessions from local schools from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The parade starts at 2 p.m..
Dec 5, Selma. Annual Christmas Parade sponsored by the City of Selma.
100 units including floats, bands, cheerleaders, beauty queens, antique cars & tractors, horses and of course Santa Claus high atop the fire truck at the end of parade.
Lots of Snow and local entertainment to bring in the Christmas Season.
Floats, bands, horses and of course Santa. No admission charge. Columbia Historical Society will be selling Homemade Soups, Chili and Desserts at the Sisters Restaurant.
Annual Luverne Christmas Parade. Downtown Luverne-- www.crenshawcounty.net. 334-335-4468. 11 am
Flomaton Christmas Parade. 251-296-1110. www.flomaton.com . Fee for participants only. Downtown--Begins 10 a.m.
251-743-2879. Free. Downtown Monroeville. 10:00 am.
1st Saturday in December - Weaver. Weaver Christmas Parade. 256-820-0854. Free.. Weaver Elementary School to Elwell Park Christmas parade with local businesses, organizations, and bands participating. Christmas in the Park afterwards.
Pennington Christmas Parade. 205-654-2688. www.townofpennington.net. Free. Downtown--Enjoy the sights and sounds of the season. 12 p.m.
Christmas Parade. 334-365-2975. Downtown 3:30 p.m.
Troy Christmas Parade. 334-670-2283. www.troyal.gov. Free. Downtown--Parade and Christmas tree lighting ceremony. 6 p.m.
Decatur Jaycees Christmas Parade. 800-524-6181. www.decaturcvb.org. Free. Downtown--Floats, bands, Santa and lots of holiday excitement. 6 p.m.
Hometown Christmas Parade throughout the city of Alexander City, a decades-long tradition.
1st Monday in December. Scottsboro Christmas Parade. 256-259-5500. www.jacksoncountychamber.com. Free. Broad St to Downtown--Parade from 5-8 p.m.
Vernon Christmas Parade . 205-695-3188. Downtown--Parade with bands, floats, etc. 6-8 p.m.
256-773-4370. Free. Downtown--A parade of floats, bands and Christmas lights lead the way for Santa. 7 p.m.
Enjoy Christmas caroling, a tree lighting, the Christmas Parade of Lights, Chilly Chili Run, Christmas Chili Cook-off, and arts, crafts and food vendors. All events take place downtown on Friday and Saturday. The Christmas Parade of Lights consist of floats and other attractions. Past grand marshals have included from Big Al, Aubie and State Treasurer Kay Ivey. The Christmas Chili Cook-off takes place on Saturday at the B.W. Creel Fire Station on AL Hwy. 28 E. (aka E. Coats Ave.). Visit the city's website for a complete list of events and times.
A time-honored tradition featuring vendors, great deals, food, a parade and the famous "Ping Pong Throw" with great prizes.
Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
2015 Annual Christmas Parade in Historic Downtown Leeds, Alabama held on the second Friday of each year which will be Friday, December 11, 2015. FREE to participate with advance registration and FREE to attend. Commercial Floats are available through Chamber office.
Trussville's Annual Christmas Parade. 205-655-7535. www.trussvillechamber.com. Free. Trussville Mall, 225 Parkway Dr.See the merriest floats around town, followed by the lighting of the city's Christmas tree. 3-5 p.m.
Christmas Parade. 256-228-6392. Free. Dutton Community--A celebration of the holiday season.
The streets of Atmore "Light Up"!
Ozark Christmas Parade . 334-774-9321. Entry fee. Downtown, City Hall on N. Union--Parade with music, floats, and bands. 10 a.m.
Celebrate Christmas at York’s historic railroad district with holiday gifts, food, live entertainment and Christmas parade.
Cuba Christmas Parade. 205-392-4300. Free. Downtown--Parade begins 11 a.m. Food and fellowship in the Cuba Bar-B-Q building following the parade
Christmas parade in downtown Florala, 5 pm.
Guntersville Christmas Parade. 256-582-3612. Free. Downtown--Call for additional information. 5 p.m.
York’s Christmas Parade will be Saturday, December 12th in downtown York and will begin at 10 am. 205-392-5231.
Each year, dozens of vehicles participate in the Center Point Christmas Parade, which features a local dignitary as grand marshal, along with Santa of course.
Christmas Almost on the River. 205-652-3393.This event takes place the third Saturday in December, December 19th, in Downtown Gainesville and is sponsored by the Town of Gainesville. Some activities include food vendors, Christmas music, a Christmas parade, and games for children. For more information contact Town Hall at 205-652-7551.
Chelsea Christmas Parade. 205-669-9075, 205-678-8455. www.southshelbychamber.com, www.cityofchelsea.com. Free. Downtown--10 a.m.
The Parade begins at 5:30 p.m.
Dec 2, Fairhope. Fairhope's Magical Christmas Parade. 251-929-1466. www.cofairhope.com. Free. Downtown--Enjoy this holiday parade with plenty of lights, beautiful floats, and Santa Claus. WABF 1220 will be broadcasting the parade live. 7 p.m.
Bring your mittens and it will snow!! 11:00 a.m. directly following the Christmas Parade. Call (251) 943-1300 for more information.
Celebration of Christmas time with a night parade & a Downtown Stroll that hosts many vendors & activities for adults and children.