This year has been so completely bizarre and if you're looking for a taste of normalcy along with a festive and free way to usher in Christmastime, Candor is where you'll want to be on Saturday.

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If you've never been to a parade in Candor, you're in for a real treat. Candor might not be the biggest town, but you would have no idea because when it comes to hometown events, everyone throws their whole heart into making them memorable.

On Saturday, November 28, Candor will usher in the holiday season with its Annual Holiday Parade. The parade will step off at 5:30 p.m. at the Candor ball field and will end in the parking lot of the school.

If you plan to travel in from out of the Candor area, it won't be hard to figure out where to go once you get into town, but if you're like me and like to have some sort of idea before you start traveling, you'll want to set your GPS to McCarthy Street in Candor because that's where the ball field is located.

While the Candor Holiday Parade will go on as in years past, there will be a few changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. Out of a concern that proper social distancing is practiced, organizers have decided that there will be no refreshments offered this year. Additionally, there will be no visits with Santa or with the Grinch at the conclusion of the parade.

If you plan to go to the Candor Holiday Parade and watch it outside of your vehicle, be sure to bundle up because while the weather is expected to be nice during the day on Saturday, once the sun goes down temperatures will drop into the 20s.

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