(PHOTOS) Decatur Lantern Parade-in-PlaceDeclan Calanan, 8, is illuminated by a lighted ball he carried while he and his family looked at lights in the neighborhood during the Decatur Lantern Parade-in-Place, May 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
By Dean Hesse, contributor
Decatur, GA – This year the Decatur Lantern Parade became the Decatur Lantern Parade-in-Place.
The social distancing version of the annual event began at dusk May 8 and ended May 10.
People were encouraged to light up their houses and yards, play parade music and bike, walk or drive to check out the light shows in their neighborhood.
Correction: The original version of this post included a misspelled name. This post has been updated with the correct information.
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