Christmas Parade Entry Form

The City of Oxford announces its partnership with The North Central Mississippi REALTORS in presenting the annual Christmas Parade on Monday, December 3, 2018. The theme this year is “An Old-Fashioned Hometown Christmas”.

Clay Deweese, Association President of REALTORS, says “The North Central Mississippi REALTORS are delighted to partner with the City of Oxford in continuing the tradition of the Christmas parade. REALTORS are advocates of community involvement and are thankful for the opportunity to serve. We thank Mayor Tannehill and the city for the invitation and look forward to a long lasting partnership as we continue to welcome patrons to our special community.”

The parade will take a new route and will feature Santa, local marching bands, dancers, music, and more. The parade will begin at 6:30 pm and will make its way from the Gertrude Ford Parking lot, through the Square, and commence at the OPC Activities Center. The event is free and open to the public.

Groups of all sizes are invited to join in the fun. You can enjoy the parade along the route or participate by entering a float to ride the route. Applicants can find the application forms on our website: or on the REALTORS website: Hard copies are available for pick up at City Hall, Chamber of Commerce, and the NCMR office. Applications are due on the 16th of November at 5:00 pm and can be turned in or mailed to the NCMR office (1202 Office Park Drive, Suite C), City Hall (107 Courthouse Square), or the Chamber of Commerce (299 West Jackson Avenue). There is no registration fee. No late entries will be allowed (no exceptions).

Please join us in celebrating the season on Monday, December 3rd. In the event of inclement weather, the parade will be held on Tuesday, December 4th.

From left to right, front row: Alderman Janice Antonow, Sarah Hamilton (Director, NCMR), Mayor Robyn Tannehill, Paige Davis (President-elect, NCMR), Second row: Alison Alger (Director, NCMR), Alderman Jason Bailey, Alderman Rick Addy, Alderman Preston Taylor, and Alderman Mark Huelse

Christmas Parade Entry Form