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SOLD OUT!! - Thanksgiving Parade Viewing for Youth

Thursday, November 28

 
 

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

We have reached capacity and are no longer able to accept registrations. 

We welcome you to attend our Thanksgiving Festivities, and, space permitting, we will admit walk-ins to the parade viewing (members free, non-members $25 per person). 

 
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Our Portico provides one of the best Thanksgiving Parade views in the city. In an effort to ensure an orderly, secure, and enjoyable experience for the kids, we ask that you pre-register. 
 

Please note that the parade viewing is for children, and adults are asked to give priority to the children.
Please limit registration to 4 children and 2 adults.

 
Snacks and hot chocolate for all will be available in the Elias Room for anyone who needs to escape the cold!
 
Parade Viewing Registration is FREE for:
 
- Member children
- Current PTTS Students
- Current Toddler Program Students
Pack-A-Thon donors at the $180 level and above
 
For all others, registration is $18 per person in advance and $25 at the door.

 

Special thanks to our volunteer congregants who will be helping manage the crowd and make this a safe and memorable experience for all. 

 

To register your child for the parade viewing, click here.

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