Kick the Holiday Season Off with Thanksgiving Races and Holiday Events in the Pine Belt Area

2017 Thanksgiving Events and Holiday Parades Hattiesburg MS

Are you and your family looking for things to do this holiday season? With Halloween in the rearview mirror, it is time to look forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas in the Pine Belt area. If you and your family are looking for holiday-themed fun, this overview of 2017 Thanksgiving events and holiday parades in Hattiesburg, MS will fit the bill. Grab your friends and family, get behind the wheel of your 2018 Toyota RAV4 and join in the holiday fun this year!

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Hobble THEN Gobble 2017

WHEN: Thursday, November 23 at 8 a.m.
WHERE: Lake Serene Clubhouse in Hattiesburg

Cartoon Thanksgiving Turkey on White Background WavingLace up your running shoes, hit the road and burn a few extra calories before a delicious Thanksgiving dinner this holiday season when you participate in the Hobble THEN Gobble 2017 run. This event consists of a 5-mile run for serious competitors and a 2-mile walk/run that is fun for all ages. Top finishers will receive a frozen turkey and participants will receive a T-shirt while supplies last.

Downtown Art Walk & Holiday Open House

WHEN: Saturday, November 11 at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Historic Downtown Hattiesburg

A fun holiday event that is fun for the whole family, the Downtown Art Walk & Holiday Open House signals the arrival of the holiday season. Local artists, craftsmen, sculptors, musicians and more will brighten up Downtown Hattiesburg with brilliant, holiday-inspired artwork. When you add live music, downtown businesses and the kid-friendly “Chalk the Walk” competition, this holiday event promises plenty of fun.

2017 Hattiesburg Christmas Parade

WHEN: Thursday, November 30 at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Downtown Hattiesburg and Town Square Park

A holiday tradition for many Hattiesburg-area residents, the annual Hattiesburg Christmas Parade represents the official start of Christmas season. Festive floats clad in red, white and green, local marching bands, holiday costumes and Santa Claus himself highlight this event that culminates with a tree lighting ceremony in Town Square Park. The parade begins at Sacred Heart.

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Not sure what to do this holiday season? Take a look at this list of 2017 Thanksgiving events and holiday parades in Hattiesburg, MS that promise to upgrade your holiday festivities. Make this holiday season even more exciting and get behind the wheel of a brand-new Toyota car, truck or crossover when you visit the Toyota of Hattiesburg inventory today!

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