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Edison Festival of Light

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Don't miss weeks of history, culture, fun, excitement and unique entertainment for the entire family. In honor of Thomas Alva Edison, local young inventors are celebrated, families parade through the historic River District during the day for the Junior Parade and at night for one of the largest lighted night parades in the Southeast. A nationally recognized 5K Race hosts more than 1,500 runners and crafters gather to share their talent. The Edison Festival of Light is this, and so much more!

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Junior Parade

February 15, 2015
Florida’s largest youth parade showcases the creativity and talents of hundreds of Southwest Florida children and their families. Over 100 units including floats, marching bands, dancers, street performers, clowns and dignitaries parade their way around the Downtown river District. The annual event has been taking place in Southwest Florida since the 1940’s and gets better every year!. The Junior Parade is held during the day and is a smaller version of the Grand Parade. It’s old-fashioned family fun for participants and spectators. Come join us and be part of the tradition!
http://www.edisonfestival.org

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Edison Festival of Light Grand Parade

February 21, 2015 - February 22, 2015
Named as the largest night parade in the Southeast year after year, the Grand Parade is a two-hour extravaganza featuring national participants & local marching bands, floats, local government and law enforcement officials, clowns and much, much more. The parade brings the entire Southwest Florida community out in celebration of the life and achievements of our local winter resident, Thomas Edison. Spectators come from near and far to enjoy this event and often begin marking their viewing spot weeks in advance! Although the event is free for spectators, local non-profit groups sell reserved seats and VIP tickets are sold in the Edison Fe ...Read More>> tival of Light office. Read Less

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