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December 7, 2008 Light a Light of Love Parade, Pier Lighting & Santa Arrives . A small town parade with a Hawaiian-themed Santa and Mrs. Santa Claus atop an HB Firetruck, Girl Scouts, Brownie troops, woody cars and a band all march down Main Street USA, then head across PCH to Pier Plaza for a musical show. Youth dance groups, songs and speeches herald the official switch of the lights with snowflake designs on the Huntington Beach Pier. Dukes Huntington Beach offers hot cocoa and cookies for a small donation with proceeds benefitting the Youth Shelter. Location: Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway adjacent to Huntington Beach Pier, Huntington Beach, CA. Time: 4 p.m. Free to attend. For full schedule: hbdowntown

December 7, 2008 Huntington Harbour Boat Parade - Starts around 5:30. Watch from Warner Bridge near Fire Station at PCH. Cost Free.

December 7, 2008 Karaoke - with Tice at Harpoon Harry's. Time: 3 to 9 p.m. Location: Harpoon Harry's in Sunset Beach, California. Harpoon Harry's Restaurant 16821 Pacific Coast Hwy. Sunset Beach, CA 90742. Phone 562-592-5216

December 7, 2008 George Fryer Combo - performs live classic rock (60's, 70's, 80's). Great food, drink specials, and fun, friendly environment. Time: 4 to 8 p.m. at King Neptunes in Sunset Beach: Located at 17205 Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Beach Call: 562-592-4878 for details.

December 7, 2008 Newland House Museum - Take a guided tour with Huntington Beach's historian at the Newland House. Time: Noon to 4 p.m. Cost: $2 admission. Location: 19820 Beach Blvd., Huntington Beach CA 92648 Call: (714) 962-5777

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Each year there's a small town parade in Huntington Beach that travels along Main Street to the Huntington Beach Pier where the lights are lit. There's no official holiday tree, and the pier lights are sponsored by those seeking to support the city's youth shelter, only one of two in Orange County, California.

The parade is filled with children and a band or two, plus Santa riding on a Huntington Beach fire truck.

The parade is usually held the first Saturday or Sunday in December. Read more about it on the right-hand column.

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