The City of Adairville is bringing back its parade of lights Christmas festivities Saturday, Dec. 2 from 4-8 p.m. A parade, which will boast a spectacular line of lighted entries, will begin at 6 p.m.

Those who wish to participate in the parade are asked to line up in front of the fire station on Gallatin Street by 5:30. Anyone is invited to be in the parade, organizers ask that you light up your entries with Christmas lights to commemorate the season.

Floats, horses, cars, trucks, golf carts or lawn mowers, if you want to be in the parade, then come on down, said the organizers.

Vendors will be setting up at 4 p.m. any vendor that wants to set up is welcome to and it is free to do so. There will be refreshments such as hot chocolate and Christmas cookies and also crafts.

The City of Adairville, under the leadership of Mayor Donna Blake, wish everyone a Merry Christmas and invite the community and surrounding communities to come to Adairville and enjoy this festive season.