Do you know where you can chop down a Christmas tree near Philly? How ’bout which local bars are serving Mad Elf and where to shop for gifts without breaking the bank? Use this guide to figure out where to shop and what to eat during the holidays in Philly. Bonus: Photos of crazy decorations.
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The Deck the Hall Light Show starts tonight at City Hall. Mayor Jim Kenney, the Center City District and other partners will kick off the season for the first showing of the display at the West Market Street facade of City Hall. Can't make it? Catch it every hour on the half hour Sunday through Thursdays and even more frequently on the weekends until Jan. 1.
Where: City Hall at 1 S. 15th St. 19102
When: November 20, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
How much: Free
Celebrate the 41st year of this parade and bring your nonperishable food donations. This year's parade theme is "Northeast Philadelphia: A Scouting Destination" to honor the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve will be collecting for the Toys for Tots program on Knorr Street. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there!
Where: Frankford Avenue between Rhawn and Knorr at Frankford Avenue and Rhawn Street 19136
When: November 19, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
How much: Free
The 4200-block of Greeby Street goes all out.
The Rock School for Dance Education performs “The Nutcracker 1776” at the Museum of the American Revolution.
Light displays, tree lightings and yes, the Christmas Village.
Unwrap one of the special chocolate-dipped treats and you’ll get an extra surprise.
How to stock up for trick-or-treaters without breaking the bank
Camel prom squad and Awareness Cone, plus Mike and Tonya Stack.