christmas parade

The Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade encourages entries to be wacky.

It is in the official rules.

And from the name: The Almost Famous Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade, to the frequently quirky entries, it lives up to that.

Sunny skies greeted the parade on Saturday, Dec. 10, and a good crowd was on hand to enjoy the festivities.

leiper's fork christmas parade
Crowds line Old Hillsboro Road awaiting the parade. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

 

leiper's fork christmas parade
A reindeer serves as a drum major in the parade. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Scouts salute the color guard. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Festive attire and parade commentary. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
A Williamson County Sheriff K-9 unit. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
A spectator warms himself on the pavement. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Jenny Housley and her spotted mule all decked out for Christmas. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
There were horses, ponies and donkeys in the parade, and more. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Pipers always add a festive mood. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
A pristine tractor in the parade. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
An elf hands out goodies. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
What’s a Christmas Parade without a goat? // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Lots of live music in the parade. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Bicycle stunts. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's Fork christmas parade
Pony in a halter. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
Canine champion. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
Canine champion. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
Horses are all over Leiper’s Fork. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's fork christmas parade
The General Jackson. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's Fork christmas parade
Hillsboro students get the crowd going. // ANDREW COLLIGNON
leiper's Fork christmas parade
A pristine Farmall in Christmas red. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It’s the General Lee. General Jackson helped win the war of 1812. General Lee lost the Civil War. The Dukes of Hazard was based in Kentucky, a southern state hence the logic of the General Lee and not the General Jackson. Trying to distort the truth by changing history only makes us more likely to repeat history.

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