The day started out with pop-up shops, shopping in local businesses and crafts at 10:00am.

Food trucks opened up near lunchtime.

Several selfie spots were in the 200 block of Reed Street for attendees to enjoy.

Over 30 pop-up shops and food trucks lined the 200 through 500 blocks of Reed Street in the Depot District.

(Left) The Grinch made an appearance right before the parade and took pictures with many children.

(Right) Attendees line up as they prepare for the 3:00pm event to begin.

The parade had many unique floats, dance teams, bands and more showcased.

The parade concluded with Santa & Mrs. Clause riding in a horse drawn carriage.

Parade attendees take a family selfie.

(Left) A child blows fake snow at the camera. 

(Right) The Moberly High School choir carols throughout Reed Street.

New to the festival this year were live reindeer, which were a popular attraction among many.

Two Moberly High School students sing at the Mayor’s Tree Lighting as the sun sets.

Members of Moberly Dance Experience entertain the crowd at the Mayor’s Tree Lighting.

With the help of Santa, Mayor Jerry Jeffrey lights the tree.

Carriage rides continued into the night while Living Windows was executed.

It was a great day celebrating the magic of the Christmas season in Moberly, Missouri. 

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