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2022 Christmas parades and snow days

Santa Claus stays busy during Christmas parade time. This appearance was in Burnet. Photo by Stennis Shotts

Holidays in the Highland Lakes are celebrated with parades, including a Lighted Hooves and Wheels Parade, and snow days, even when temperatures are seasonably warm. Just about every town has its own way to start the Christmas season. Mark your 2022 calendar and make them all.


5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26

Downtown Johnson City

At 5:30 p.m., the Clickety Cloggers entertain the crowds waiting for the Lighted Hooves and Wheels Parade, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Look for the Blanco County Queen's Court float.

6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2

Main Street Marble Falls

The Marble Falls Christmas parade has a later start this year. Floats, cars, and walkers brighten the evening in celebration of the season as they parade down Main Street to Lakeside Park, where the Walkway of Lights display will be ablaze.

6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3

Llano County Courthouse Annex

832 Ford St. in Llano

Special transportation arrangements were made for Santa so he will be part of the annual Starry, Starry Nights light-up parade.

Noon Saturday, Dec. 10

Courthouse square in Burnet

Burnet's parade is at noon and begins a day of holiday festivities during Christmas on the Square, including a snow play area, vendor booths, and live entertainment.


1-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10

Badu Park

300 Legion Drive in Llano

It’s Texas, so the snow has to be made — but it’s real snow and it’s real fun. Buy a wristband for all-day sledding at Llano's Snow Day.

Noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10

Courthouse square in Burnet

No matter the temperature, it’s going to snow on downtown Burnet during Christmas on the Square. A snow machine will make enough of the cold stuff for sledding, snow angels, snowball fights, and more. Bring an extra set of clothes for the kids. It melts quickly!

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