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Boise Holiday Parade returns to in-person Christmas celebration

The 2022 Boise Holiday Parade brings the Christmas spirit to downtown Boise Saturday morning with locally-built floats, dance teams, choirs, cars and more.

BOISE, Idaho — The 2022 Boise Holiday Parade brought the holiday spirit to downtown Boise Saturday morning with locally-built floats, dance teams, choirs and bands from Treasure Valley schools, impressive cars and more.

The parade began at 10 a.m. MT Saturday at the intersection of West Jefferson Street and North 10th Street.

Participants went down Jefferson Street past Cecil D. Andrus Park, before a quick turn on North 4th Street brought the parade back the opposite direction on West Bannock Street.

KTVB's Justin Corr, Doug Petcash and Joe Parris provided live coverage of the Boise Holiday Parade Saturday on Channel 7. Families and friends gathered in the cold with blankets and chairs to see the show and even Santa.

Larry Gebert's family served as the grand marshal for this year's parade.

The 2022 Boise Holiday Parade is sponsored by KTVB Channel 7, Bronco Motors, American Harvest Organic Vodka, Morgan Health Centers, Higgins & Rutledge Insurance, D&B Supply, Idaho United Credit Union, Curtis Clean Sweep, Republic Services, Stan's Golf Cars, the City of Boise, Signs and Designs 2 Fit and the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC).

Funding for the parade is provided through sponsors, participant entry fees and donations. To make a donation to the Boise Holiday Parade, click here.

Credit: Boise Holiday Parade

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