Things to do in Dallas County include a community Thanksgiving dinner, a lighted parade

The 2021 Holiday Lighted Parade heads to 2nd Street on Friday, November 26 in Perry.

Adel Community Thanksgiving Dinner

11 am – 1 pm Thursday, November 24 at Meadow View Elementary, Adel.

A free community Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 11 am to 1 pm at Meadow View Elementary School. For meal deliveries or donations, call Lincoln Savings Bank (515.253.9475).

Perry’s Illuminated Holiday Parade

7 pm Friday, November 25 in downtown Perry.

Bundle up and join us for this very joyous holiday tradition in Perry. The 2022 Illuminated Holiday Parade will take place on Friday, November 25. The Perry Chamber of Commerce invites the Perry community to participate in this celebration as the official start of the holiday season. Businesses, community organizations and joyful members of the community are encouraged to create lighted floats to join the parade. Several stores will be open late that night, but all the lights downtown will go out at 7 p.m. in anticipation of the illuminated parade. The lineup begins at 6 pm at 2nd & Otley and there are prizes for the best, biggest and brightest lighted floats in the parade. Beginning at the corner of 2nd and Otley (next to Oasis Market), the parade will first head east on Otley to 3rd Street (next to Fareway) and then north on 3rd to Pattee, turning left and left again to head south on 2nd Street through downtown. Santa will be available after the parade at the Pattee Hotel.

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