Five days of Christmas … festivities

Miss North Carolina Laura Matrazzo rides in a vintage Corvette provided by Wayne Thomas Chevrolet in the 2018 Asheboro Christmas Parade. (The North State Journal)

ASHEBORO — Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Shop Local Saturday and Cyber Monday are passed. It’s parade season in Randolph County. You can attend a Christmas parade in the county four straight days starting Thursday. One the fifth day, you can celebrate with The Embers in Randleman.

Here’s a look at the upcoming parades in Randleman, Asheboro, Liberty, Ramseur and Archdale plus a beach-music inspired Christmas concert from the Randolph Guide.

December 2

Randleman Christmas Parade | 7pm

The town’s annual Christmas parade begins at Randleman Elementary School.

December 3

Asheboro Christmas Parade | 7pm

This year’s Christmas parade will involve cars and strollers passing by stationary floats and parade participants. The route will be a circuit along W. Academy Street, Church Street, Sunset Avenue, and Bicentennial Park.

December 4

Liberty Christmas on Main Street | 11am-7pm

The town of Liberty will welcome the Christmas season with their third annual street festival, parade and tree lighting events.

Ramseur Christmas Parade | 5pm

The parade will begin at Leonard Park and proceed to downtown Ramseur.

December 5

Archdale Christmas Parade | 3pm

The Town of Archdale will hold it’s 50th Christmas Parade on Sunday.

December 6

Christmas with The Embers | 6:30pm

North Carolina legends perform Christmas classics at Randleman Elementary School. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door for Adults and $8 for kids. Call 336-495-1100 or purchase tickets at many local businesses in Randleman.

By Moore County Staff

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