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Downtown Tulsa Parade Of Lights Route Changed Due To Water Line Break

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File photo of the Downtown Tulsa Parade of Lights. File photo of the Downtown Tulsa Parade of Lights.
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Several communities that postponed their Christmas parades last week because of the snow and ice will get the chance to celebrate the holiday season Saturday.

Owasso, Muskogee, Mannford, Bartlesville, Claremore and Sapulpa all have parades Saturday.

Look for Dick Faurot riding in the Muskogee parade.

You'll see many other News On 6 folks in the annual Tulsa Downtown Parade of Lights. It starts at 6 o'clock Saturday night, and then afterward, make sure you head over to Guthrie Green, right across the street from our Griffin Communications building, for a special holiday celebration.

Santa Claus will be there, along with food trucks, live music, pony rides and more.

Because of a water main break Friday, the route of the parade has changed.

See a map of the new parade route here

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