december, 2022

10dec5:45 pm8:00 pm2022 Holiday Boat Light Parade

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Holiday Boat Light Parade, Lake Lanier
Join us for a festival of lights as boats of all sizes parade through the waters of Lake Lanier for the annual Holiday Boat Parade of Lights! All participants are welcomed – by land or by water. Come join in on the fun! Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes welcomes all participants to the Holiday Boat Light Parade at Lake Lanier – 2022.

Date: Saturday, December 10, 2022 (Rain date is Sunday, Dec 11th)

Time:  5:45 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Lanier Partners of North Georgia – 4977 Lanier Island PKWY Suite 113-1030 Buford, GA 30518

The holiday parade will begin North of Port Royale, then head in a parade line past Pelican Pete’s and then over to Aqualand and will pass by the Judges at the fuel docks in front of Pig Tales. Boats are judged and prizes are awarded for creativity and festivity. Then, the parade route takes us to Margaritaville for a festive time including live music and Awards which will be given out for each category.

Entry Fee: $75-under 30 foot, $125-boats 30 foot-35 foot, $200-boats larger than 35 foot

For more info: 2022 Lanier Holiday Boat Parade – Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes (georgiasheriffsyouth.org)

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(Saturday) 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm

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Georgia Sheriffs' Youth HomesThe Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes was established to give our state’s most at-risk children the love, safety, and stability needed to become mature, successful adults.

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