And so far, everything looks like it will be ready by the time the Dec. 4 comes around, said Underhill, who also said, “We are on target.”
The parade, which has been a Christmas staple for many years, starts at 6 p.m. like it usually does, and the theme this year is “Cadiz Christmas Dreams,” the Main Street manager said.
Another annual event, the Janice Mason Art Museum’s Festival of Trees, begins. The museum’s doors will be open at 4 p.m. for a new event – an Old Fashioned Ornament Workshop, Underhill said.
“The community gets so involved in it … and everyone enjoys it,” Underhill said about the parade.
At the Renaissance Stage, people will be able to take their picture with Santa Claus, and if the weather cooperates, the Xtra-Ordinary Gentlemen will also be playing Christmas music, said Underhill, who added that Geneva Guinn will be telling stories around the open hearth and people will be able to roast marshmallows around the other open hearth.
They will also be popping kettle corn in that area, said Underhill, who also stated that they wanted to do something different with the Renaissance Stage this year.
People will also be able to drive through West Cadiz Park to see the Christmas decorations, while at hot drinks and cookies can be had at Bank of Cadiz, the Trigg County Justice Center and Pop’s Place.
The Cadiz Christian Church will hold its chili supper fundraiser from 4 – 6 p.m., Underhill said.
For more information, contact Underhill at 522-8756.