Duncan, SC Christmas Parade

Christmas Parade


More information on your choice of Christmas parades is provided by our friends at the Greer Citizen. Two of their articles on the parades are listed below.

For more information on participating in the Duncan Christmas Parade please contact Melody Millwood at Duncan Town Hall (864-439-2664 or 864-249-8000).


Lyman plans parade, tree lighting
Wed, 11/04/2020 – 11:08 Kaelyn Cashman
Kaelyn Cashman

The Town of Lyman is presenting the Lyman-Duncan-Wellford Christmas Parade.

Line up for the parade will begin on Saturday, December 5, at 3:30 p.m. at the Middle Tyger Community Center.

The parade will begin on Community Street, then to Ridge Road crossing onto Elliot Road, left onto North Lawrence Street, left onto Groce Road and ending back at the Middle Tyger Community Center.

A tree lighting ceremony will be held at the Lyman Event Center at Pacific Place, 59 Groce Road, immediately following the parade.

There will be a horse drawn carriage and wagon at the tree lighting along with musical guests and light refreshments.

The carriage rides are $5 per family, and the wagon rides are $1 per person.

For information on participating in the parade, contact James West at 504-1263 or jwest@lymansc.gov.



Town of Duncan to host Christmas Parade, pictures with Santa
Wed, 11/04/2020 – 11:07 Kaelyn Cashman
Kaelyn Cashman

The Town of Duncan will host its annual Christmas Parade on Sunday, December 6.

The parade route will begin at Byrnes High School at 2 p.m., and end at Duncan Town Hall.

“After the parade, we will have a soft grand opening ceremony at our brand new Stoneledge event center,” said Misty Fant, the new Event Coordinator for the Town of Duncan.

“We will also have tours of the event center, pictures with Santa (covid friendly-no lap sitting), hot coco,” Fant said.

Christmas music will be provided by Impact Community Church.

kaelyn@greercitizen.com | 877-2076




Pictures of the 2015 parade are shown below. The parade is meant to be a family event but it is suspected the participants enjoy the parade as much as the spectators. The children especially enjoy the parade because many of the floats/whatever toss out candy and gum to those willing to pick it up. The children are willing to pick it up.

Some participants are better at tossing so many adults can use a good reception as an excuse to sneak a piece for themselves.
We aren’t snotty like those big city parades. Most anyone that can move along the parade can join in. Please contact Melody Millwood at Duncan Town Hall if you wish to participate in the parade.