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Christmas parade cancelled, tree lighting to go on
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Girl Scout troop 17329 waved to the crowd during the fifth annual Christmas parade. - photo by Jessica Taylor

The Dawsonville Christmas Parade scheduled for tomorrow evening has been cancelled, according to Dawson County Chamber of Commerce President Christie Moore.


The National Weather Service forecasts a 90 percent chance of rain Saturday with thunderstorms likely. 


The tree lighting festivities will begin at 6 p.m. at the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame and will include photos with Santa, cookie decorating, mobile stuff-a-bear, balloon animals and hot chocolate according to the city of Dawsonville Facebook page. 


The Jingle Market will go on as planned with all booths indoors beginning at 4 p.m., Moore said. 


Festivities will last until 8 p.m.  


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