Pop, pop, pop! Get ready for the Christmas on Caddo Firework Festival

The 25th Annual Christmas on Caddo Fireworks Festival will leave you in amazement! The festival is at Earl G. Williams Park in Oil City, LA on Dec. 7. Activities will include: photos with Santa, petting zoo, food vendors, arts and crafts, live music, and of course fireworks. There will also be food vendors with holiday entertainment. The festival will begin at 3:30 p.m. and is FREE to the public. Pyromania Fireworks, LLC will present a firework show at 6:30 that night!

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According to the press release, Christmas on Caddo was created to promote the sprit of joy and giving to deserving communities in Northwest Louisiana. “There are between 8 and 10,000 people that attend the festival every year,” says President of Christmas on Caddo, Mary Dunn. They want to make a memorable Christmas festival experience for people traveling far and wide. In addition, there will be live entertainment from Northwest Louisiana band “What the Funk?!” At the festival, there will be many opportunities to shop till you drop with arts and crafts plus gifts for the Christmas holiday. There will also be fair style food such as gumbo, chicken on a stick, deep fried sweets, and  much more.

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Children will have a blast at this Christmas festival! Not only will they take pictures with Santa but he will give them a gift from the Wishlist. Other activities include: inflatables, clowns, and live nativity with opportunity to take a picture in a giant snow globe. In addition, the Christmas On Caddo Fireworks Festival Scholarship program will be announced before the firework extravaganza. For more information about the Christmas Festival, visit their website here or Facebook page here.

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