Hollywood hosts 86th annual parade

Posted on November 28, 2017 by in Features

Ethan Murga

Chronicle Reporter

Starting, arguably, the most wonderful time of the year, this year’s Hollywood Christmas Parade was as beautiful as the one from last year. On Sunday, Nov. 26, the Christmas parade came back to Hollywood, California to spread its influence and scenery once again. From Betty Boop to Darth Vader and Santa Clause, many civilians who live in Los Angeles came to watch this yearly attraction.

Although it is only November, it is the time of year when black friday shopping for Christmas presents is at its peak and stuffing ourselves with turkey is a past memory. It is a clear way of welcoming the holidays until Christmas, which celebrates and gives students of all ages to look forward to Christmas vacation of 3 weeks to sleep and procrastinate homework until the last day.

Nevertheless, the Christmas parade could be considered stunning as always, giving a most unforgettable feeling, a sense of warmth for all ages. As the parade is 3.5 miles on Hollywood Boulevard it goes back on Sunset, a neighboring street as it is so lengthy, the parade easily gives a well amount of citizens a joyful experience. As families camp out, they sit in their seats they wait for many familiar charachters to pass by concluding most recognizable, Santa Clause in the end.

As it is closer to the christmas citizens of Hollywood or generally Los Angeles would see and experience great attractions and joyful experiences.

One Response to “Hollywood hosts 86th annual parade”

  1. Morgan Hughes 6 December 2017 at 1:31 pm #

    This was a great story I went to the parade and it had great scenery. I’m sure the community loves it.

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