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Alexandria PARADE OF LIGHTS
HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE
December 7, 2013, 5pm

- Held Rain (Snow) or Shine
- Alexandria Marina At the foot of Cameron Street, Behind the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria , VA 22314 The parade begins at Alexandria's waterfront and culminates at Washington Channel at Water St. off of Maine Avenue, Washington, DC
(800) 388-9119 More
View my photos of 2011 Parade

 

Georgetown Holiday Boat Parade of Lights
December 7, 2013

6:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Alex. Boat Parade repeats at Washington Channel, Water St. off of Maine Avenue, Washington, DC

 

 

Solomons Island Boat Light Parade
December 7, 2013, 6:15pm

The 29th annual Christmas Walk Friday and Saturday, December 6 and 7, 2013. Part of the 2 day Solomons Christmas Walk(can be seen from most Solomons restaurants) Weather Permitting, the parade will start at the Solomons Island Yacht Club at 6:15 pm, go around the point and up the Patuxent to the bridge. They will retrace this route but continue up Back Creek before returning. Website

 

 

 

Baltimore Lighted Boat Parade
December 7, 2013 6pm

December's annual boat parade sees more than 50 pleasure craft making their way from Baltimore's Inner Harbour to Fells Point, festooned with holiday lights and other colourful decorations. Parade route will be through the Fells Point and Inner Harbor areas. More





Annapolis Christmas Lights Boat Parade
Saturday, December 14, 2013
from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

An annual holiday tradition with boat owners showing off their Christmas light decorations through the Annapolis Harbor. Bring the whole family to enjoy this fun-filled evening and be sure to dress warm for this outdoor event! Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade Enjoy a parade of lights when more than 70 power and sailboats show off their holiday decorations. Annapolis Christmas Lights Boat Parade, Annapolis City Harbor (410) 267-9549. More

 



Lighted Boat Parade in Colonial Beach
First Saturday in December
Begins at Marker 2 at 5pm.

The Colonial Yacht Club organizes this event and it dates back a dozen years. Boats adorned in colorful lights move in formation, up the beachfront of the Town of Colonial Beach, and then make their way back to Monroe Bay. The dazzling array of holiday lights is really something to see. Website

 

 

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