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Get Away

Get Away: Down the road

A look at what's happening

By Times Staff Writer
Published December 1, 2005

Clearwater Holiday Parade - (Dec. 9) Cleveland Street, downtown. Free.

St. Petersburg Lighted Boat Parade - (Dec. 9) Downtown waterfront.

Main Street Holidays - (Dec. 9-11) Downtown New Port Richey. With Night Parade Dec. 10.

Angels on High - (Dec. 10-14) Spring Hill Community Association, Spring Hill. Tarpon Springs Bayou Boat Parade - (Dec. 10) 6 p.m. Sponge Docks to Spring Bayou; also caroling at Craig Park.

Hernando County Christmas Parade - (Dec. 10) Howell Avenue, Brooksville. Inverness Christmas Parade - (Dec. 10) U.S. 41, Inverness. Old-Fashioned Christmas in the Park - (Dec. 10) Withlacoochee River State Park, Dade City. $2. Holiday Family Fest and Parade - (Dec. 10) Edgewater Park, Dunedin. Parade, 11 a.m. along Bayshore Boulevard. Christmas Jamboree - (Dec. 10) Pinellas Pioneer Settlement, St. Petersburg.

Boley Centers' Jingle Bell Run - (Dec. 14) Downtown St. Petersburg. $15.

Tampa Bay Lightning Reindeer Run - (Dec. 17) St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa. $10-$25. First Night St. Petersburg - (Dec. 31) Downtown St. Petersburg.

Outback Bowl Parade - (Dec. 31) Ybor City.

[Last modified November 30, 2005, 11:29:06]

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