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Musicians, performers to entertain

Tonight’s annual Christmas Parade of Lights will mean more than the promised evening of cool air and floats, and will include several performances and musical acts.
Local polka band Czech and Then Some, the GO! Academy dance holiday troop and students from the Ennis Junior High School band are slated to perform at points around downtown.

Kolache Depot Café and Bakery, located at 114 W. Brown St., will be open for late hours tonight and include musical entertainment from Czech and Then Some after the parade concludes.

GO! Academy’s holiday troop will perform How the Grinch Stole Christmas at Minnie McDowell Park, located at the corner of W. Knox Street and N. Dallas Street, after the parade.

The Ennis Railroad Museum, which will host Santa at 5 p.m., will play host to the Ennis Junior High School band prior to the start of the parade at 6 p.m.

An ensemble band made up of members of the junior high’s recently selected All-Region Band representatives will perform tunes such as “Up On the House Top,” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” and what junior high band director David Ingram referred to as “Holiday Medley.”

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