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Concord’s 61st annual Christmas parade marches down Loudon Road.

  • Santa Claus embraces the applause as his arrival is announced at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads during Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Santa Claus embraces the applause as his arrival is announced at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads during Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • The Concord Dance Academy's large contingency all donned Santa hats as they walked in Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. When they got to the parade's main staging area at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads, they put on several performances showcasing their different age groups. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    The Concord Dance Academy's large contingency all donned Santa hats as they walked in Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. When they got to the parade's main staging area at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads, they put on several performances showcasing their different age groups. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Christine Miller enthusiastically points towards the characters marching at the beginning of Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade to her daughter Sadie Vincent, 2, as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Christine Miller enthusiastically points towards the characters marching at the beginning of Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade to her daughter Sadie Vincent, 2, as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • The Bhutanese Association danced and waved American flags as they also joined the parade Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    The Bhutanese Association danced and waved American flags as they also joined the parade Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Santa Claus embraces the applause as his arrival is announced at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads during Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • The Concord Dance Academy's large contingency all donned Santa hats as they walked in Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. When they got to the parade's main staging area at the intersection of Canterbury and Loudon Roads, they put on several performances showcasing their different age groups. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Christine Miller enthusiastically points towards the characters marching at the beginning of Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade to her daughter Sadie Vincent, 2, as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • The Bhutanese Association danced and waved American flags as they also joined the parade Concord's 61st annual Christmas parade as it marched down Loudon Road on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012. High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out to be represented. This year's parade had the theme of "Welcome Home for the Holidays" since it was scheduled so close to Veteran's Day. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

High school marching bands, animals from horses to rabbits as well as local groups all came out marching for Concord’s annual Christmas parade in Concord Heights. This year’s parade had the theme of “Welcome Home for the Holidays” since it was scheduled so close to Veteran’s Day.

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