It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas.
Christmas in the Village has been a tradition in Zionsville since, well, forever. Usually a weekend, this year it has been extended to a month of holiday events. The month kicked off Saturday with the annual Christmas parade. Bagpipers, dancers, even a reindeer – and of course Mr. and Mrs. Claus – marched through the Village and down Main Street as families lined the roads. A bubble machine rained soapy snow onto the brick street, making the last day in November feel remarkably festive.
Organized by the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce, the parade brought hundreds of people to downtown for what will hopefully be a lively holiday season. Say what you will about small-town life, community events like this make Zionsville a great place.