December 6, 2018

 Rich Siniscalchi, left, and John Gallagher decorate the Firehouse Museum's 1983 fire truck Wednesday on Grinnell Street. The museum will be among many dozen entries in the annual Holiday Parade that steps off from Bayview Park Saturday night at 7 p.m. The parade will head down Truman Avenue, turning right on Duval Street, then right onto Caroline Street with Santa and Mrs. Claus bringing up the rear. A judges' stand will be positioned at the corner of Duval and Fleming streets. (ROB O'NEAL/The Citizen)

Rich Siniscalchi, left, and John Gallagher decorate the Firehouse Museum's 1983 fire truck Wednesday on Grinnell Street. The museum will be among many dozen entries in the annual Holiday Parade that steps off from Bayview Park Saturday night at 7 p.m. The parade will head down Truman Avenue, turning right on Duval Street, then right onto Caroline Street with Santa and Mrs. Claus bringing up the rear. A judges' stand will be positioned at the corner of Duval and Fleming streets. (ROB O'NEAL/The Citizen)

The holidays are in full swing, and on Saturday, Dec. 8, one of Key West’s family favorites — the Holiday Parade — gets underway starting at 7 p.m. Floats and participants will line up on Virginia and White streets. The parade will travel down Truman Avenue to Duval Street, where the judges will view each entry and select winners, and ends at Eaton Street.

Additionally, bus service will be altered Saturday because of the parade.

There will be no bus service on the parade route or the staging areas (Eisenhower Drive and White Street) from 4 to 8:30 p.m. There will be no service on Truman Avenue between White and Whitehead streets, on White between Eaton and United streets, or on Simonton Street between Caroline Street and Truman.

There will be continued service to Bahama Village.