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A six-pack of weekend events to consider

Harbor Lights Festival
Posted at 3:08 PM, Dec 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-06 16:08:44-05

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — This weekend will be packed with a variety of events across the Coastal Bend.

Here’s a quick six-pack to remember as you plan your weekend activities.

  • I LOVE A PARADE: Thousands will flock downtown to watching the annual Children’s Parade and the lighting of the Tree of Lights in downtown Corpus Christi. There’s a children’s parade, snowball fights, the illuminated boat parade and of the course the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. Check this out here for all of the information. And if you can’t make it downtown, watch our coverage of all the activities. Check out their website for more information at http://harborlightscc.com/
  • REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR: The USS Lexington Museum will conduct a remembrance ceremony of the Pearl Harbor bombing at 2 p.m. Saturday at the ship. The memorial will remember those who were killed at the attack as well as local survivors. The Corpus Christi Veterans Band, Roy Miller, NJROTC members and the Corpus Christi Pipes & Drums will be there. And at the end, a wreath will be laid in the water followed by "Taps."
  • “GOD BLESS US EVERYONE:” The timeless classic “A Christmas Carol will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Harbor Playhouse, 1802 Chapparal Street. For more information, check out their website at https://www.harborplayhouse.com/.
  • GLIMMERING LIGHTS: There are a lot of great light shows around Corpus Christi. But many still flock every year to the homes in and around Candy Cane Lane at Schanen Estates. The best views are found near Everhart Road on Dongegal and Killarmet drives. But with construction in the area, be patient.
  • BRING YOUR TEDDY BEARS: The IceRays are conducting their annual Teddy Bear Toss for their game tomorrow night with the Lone Star Brahmas at the American Bank Center. Fans are urged to donate a teddy bear to the game to toss on the ice after the IceRays’ first goal. Check out their website at www.goicerays for more information.
  • "WILL RALPHIE EVER GET THAT GUN?" A musical based on the popular movie "A Christmas Story" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Aurora Arts Theatre, 5635 Everhart Road. For more information, check out their website. at https://www.auroraartstheatre.com/shows/achristmasstory.