SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Watch Replay the Melbourne Lighted Night Parade – Enjoy!

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV 'ON THE TOWN'

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: With just 16 days until Christmas, join Alan Zlotrzynski and Gina Liberto “On The Town” at the Melbourne Lighted Night Street Parade, starting at 5:45 p.m. on Space Coast Daily TV.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA — With just 16 days until Christmas, join Alan Zlotrzynski and Gina Liberto “On The Town” at the Melbourne Lighted Night Street Parade, starting at 5:45 p.m. on Space Coast Daily TV.

Sit back and enjoy the wonders of the Melbourne area as we bring the hometown feeling of Christmas to you. There will be locally made and designed floats from Girls Scout and Boy Scout groups, local businesses, churches and other local community groups.

There will be bands, ROTC groups, dance teams and much more.

Oh, and don’t forget Santa. He will be arriving on a 55-foot float with Mrs. Claus and their beautiful reindeer.

The 2017 Grand Marshall is Mark Pieloch, who houses an extensive collection of cars at the American Muscle Car Museum, located in Melbourne. He has amassed an amazing collection of more than 250 cars over the past 40 years that range from classic 1950s to 1970s American muscle cars, to modern “sophisticated” muscle cars like a 2017 Shelby GT350R.

FOOD & TOY DRIVE

Spectators are invited to join in the spirit of giving. Just bring a non-perishable food item or a new unwrapped toy or a bag of dog or cat food to the parade. All donations stay in Brevard County.

Volunteers walking alongside the first float will gladly take it from you.

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ROUTE
The Melbourne Lighted Night Street Parade starts at the intersection Nasa Boulevard and Airport Boulevard, then heads south on Airport Boulevard to Hibiscus Boulevard, then turns right on to Hibiscus and goes west to Gateway Drive.

The Melbourne Lighted Night Street Parade starts at the intersection Nasa Boulevard and Airport Boulevard, then heads south on Airport Boulevard to Hibiscus Boulevard, then turns right on to Hibiscus and goes west to Gateway Drive.

With just 16 days until Christmas, join Alan Zlotrzynski and Gina Liberto “On The Town” at the Melbourne Lighted Night Street Parade, starting at 5:45 p.m. on Space Coast Daily TV.

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