Residents of a local neighborhood are again planning to present one of Greenville’s most popular holiday traditions.
The Christmas on Park Street Wagon Rides are scheduled to return and this time, Christmas caroling will accompany one of the nights of the event.
The wagon rides are scheduled starting at 6 p.m. Dec. 13-14 and Dec. 20-21.
Tickets are $10 per person and free for children who are sitting on laps. Ticket sales are limited and are dependent on wagon capacity for the evening.
The wagons will proceed east from the parking lot of Park Street Baptist Church to the turn around at the east end of Park Street and then west to the Biblical Garden at Kavanaugh United Methodist Church, turn around and then return to the starting point. The time for each ride is about 40 minutes.
The idea for decorating the neighborhood started around 1991, with the wagon rides starting two years later.
Residents are also planning to host a Christmas caroling walk on the night of Dec. 20. Volunteer singers are being asked to meet at the home of Derek and Beverly Price, 2208 Park St. at 7 p.m. and anyone who wants to sing, including children, are welcome to come. The caroling route is expected to follow roughly the same route as the wagons and sheet music will be available.