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GBA Events

GBA News

  • Charter Oak Names Manager of New Headquarter's Branch
    Apr 10, 2014 12:52 PM - ... MORE»
  • Sox and Stripes Forever – The New Season Begins
    Apr 10, 2014 11:06 AM - Baseball is back and so i... MORE»
  • Register Now for Groton’s Ninth Annual Fall Festival
    Apr 04, 2014 10:26 AM - GROTON – Don’t be late.... MORE»
  • History of Quilts Presentation at the Avery-Copp House
    Apr 03, 2014 10:12 AM - Textile historian Susan J... MORE»
  • Gettin Muddy For Kids Mud Run April 12th
    Mar 24, 2014 11:49 AM - ... MORE»

Holiday Lights Parade

Groton Holiday Lights Parade and Tree Lighting with Santa - Holiday fun in Groton

The Sixteenth Annual Groton Lights Parade will be held on Saturday, December 6 at 5pm and will be a fantastic kick-off to this year’s holiday season. Marching bands, beautifully lit floats and groups on foot will march from Poquonnock Road at South Road, along Long Hill Road to the Groton Shopping Plaza. Local high schools, fife and drum corps, and neighboring fire departments participate in this annual event. Local businesses decorate their cars, trucks and floats with festive holiday lighting.

Immediately after the parade, Santa Claus will have the honor of lighting the holiday tree on the green at the rear of the Groton Shopping Plaza.

You can join our parade!
A special call goes out

to bands, fife and drum corps and choral groups who make that special holiday music that everyone knows and loves.
The GBA welcomes floats and marchers from businesses, clubs, organizations, and all groups in the community.

Keep Checking Back for the 2014 Registration Information

For those without access to the web, please call 860-536-5680 to obtain a hard copy of the application form.






Judging will take place as participants pass by Chelsea Groton Bank. Awards will be presented at the special Awards Breakfast in January.

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