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Holiday in the Park
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The League City Proud Organization

League City, TX  77573

Friday, December 1 -- 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, December 2 --  9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday, December 3 -- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

One of League City’s most beloved holiday traditions returns with the 20th Anniversary of Holiday in the Park, scheduled for December 1st through 3rd in beautifully decorated League Park.

The event, hosted by The League City Proud Organization, is one of the city’s longest running events and includes three parades over the weekend long event.

On Saturday morning, festivities get off to an early start with the “Annual Children’s Parade”, which begins at the West Bay Commons School Children’s Museum, located at 210 North Kansas, and culminates in League Park, the home of Holiday in the Park.

The showcase “Grand Night Parade”, with former Mayor Pro Tem and this year’s Grand Marshall Ed Poole, will lead a menagerie of lights and sound down Main Street in League City’s Historic Downtown District. Poole, who was scheduled to lead the 2016 event prior to the event being cancelled due to inclement weather, is regarded for his forward thinking, leadership and vision in the development of streets and growth in League City.

KHOU 11 News traffic Reporter Darby Douglas and Ange Mertens will once again serve as emcees for this year’s event from their vantage point located in front of the judge’s tent at Main Street and Colorado Avenue.

For the best viewing opportunities, spectators are invited to line Main Street between Kilgore’s hardware and Park Avenue. Every year, the parade focuses on a new theme, with this year’s theme being: “Your Favorite Holiday Movie.”

Don’t miss Sunday’s festivities, as League City’s pets get to show off their owners in the “Annual Dog Parade” at 1 p.m. in League Park.

The three-day event, which is centered around League Park, is much more than just the parades. This year’s festivities will include a holiday “Movie Under the Oaks” on Friday night starting at 7 p.m., a holiday market to find that special gift, a snow hill and play area on Sunday, food trucks, and a visit from Santa.

This year the League City Historical Society, in coordination with League City Proud, will present a “Victorian Tea & Fashion Show” which recreates the atmosphere of the 1800’s with beautiful Victorian fashions and demonstrates the art of afternoon tea. For more information visit

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Festival at a Glance

2017 Vendors


Grand Night Parade