The 47th annual Lebanon Holiday Parade made its way through the City of Lebanon Saturday.

A blow-up float featuring Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.

The parade was held on Cumberland Street between Lincoln Avenue and 9th Street.

The Cedar Crest High School band performs in Saturday’s parade.

It ran from 10 a.m. to around noon.

A child waves a miniature American flag passed out at Saturday’s parade.

The annual parade is hosted by the Community of Lebanon Association, which also hosted the tree-lighting ceremony Friday.

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Many participating, including this Grinch, passed out candy or other goodies to kids watching the parade.

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Those featured in the parade included local businesses and nonprofits, youth groups, and high school bands.

Jonestown Dance Studio dancers.

Following the parade, CLA declared the winning entrants, listed below.

2023 Holiday Parade Winners


  • Lebanon Valley Motorcycle Club
  • Spang Crest
  • United States Submarines Veterans Inc. – Keystone B


  • Jonestown Dance
  • Movement Laboratory
  • Generation Dance
The Movement Laboratory float.


  • Hoof-n-Horns 4H Horse & Pony Club
  • Sunburst Queen
  • East Coast Low Riders
Representatives of the Hoof-n-Horns 4H Horse and Pony Club in the parade.


  • Salvation Army
  • South Lebanon Fire Department
  • Ebenezer Fire Company
The Salvation Army float.
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Emily Bixler was born and raised in Lebanon and now reports on local government. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and going for hikes.


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