This Saturday is the Pawhuska Annual Christmas Parade, themed “A Classic Christmas,” and it all starts at 5:30pm in downtown Pawhuska. The entire day will be filled with activities for the entire family. The Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center will be hosting a free Craft Extravaganza from 10am to 5pm. Following the Christmas Parade the Constantine Theater will be showing the 1989 film “Prancer.”
This year the Parade Committee named long-time Pawhuska resident and business owner, Sally Carroll parade marshal. Carroll opened Sally’s Sandwich Shop in Downtown Pawhuska in 1949 where it remained open until 2014. Carroll and the Community of Pawhuska celebrated her Centennial (100th) birthday on October 22 this year.
Carroll will also be overseeing the Parade Award Ceremony which will be awarding prize money for winning Non-Profit Category entries first place will receive $300, second $200, and third place $100. The Pawhuska Annual Christmas Parade is hosted by the Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce and sponsored this year by Tri County Tech
KPGM AM1500 FM 99.1 will be broadcasting live from the Pawhuska Parade from 5 to 7pm.
Photo Courtesy: Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce