Attend The Ameren Turkey Day Parade

Ah… the holidays! Is there really a more exciting of the year than the one where you wake up, travel to your relative’s house, and get to indulge on foods you love with the people you care about most in the world? One thing that could definitely add to the heightened fun of this Thanksgiving would be to attend to the Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade in Downtown St. Louis! Whether you’ve been attending for years or you’ve never been, everyone needs to spread the word and make sure to make it out to this awesome event.

What You’ll See

On November 28, you and your family all have the chance to see this parade live in action during its 35th presentation! The parade will start at 8:45 a.m. on 20th Street and Market Street and will continue east towards Broadway.

Following the trend of previous years, there will be over 130 parade units such as musical floats, helium balloon figures, animal units, antique cars and firetrucks, and marching bands from the area! The icing on the holiday cake, though, is that Santa Claus himself will be present to wish a happy holiday to everyone who attends. You won’t want to miss out on any of this.

If you absolutely can’t make it, though, you do have a chance to catch it somewhere else; KMOV-TV Channel 4 will broadcast the event live!

What To Eat

The parade starts early, so make sure you don’t come on an empty stomach! Try some of these local spots for a yummy breakfast:

Honda Of Frontenac

If you’re into parades, come take a tour of the Honda Of Frontenac dealership for a parade of top-notch vehicles at top-notch prices. We have both new and used cars for you to look at, and we’re sure you’ll leave the lot with your dream car. Browse our inventory online, then come check out your selections in person as our friendly staff members tell you all about your next ride. Make this the best holiday yet!

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