TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Folks gather in downtown Terre Haute for the first day of December and kick-off to the holiday season but more is in store for day two of the Annual Miracle on 7th Street Festival.
This year there are a few changes. The bazaar features an open air marketplace so folks can shop around while enjoying the not quite winter weather.
A lack of ice and snow is not stopping people from taking a trip down the new Snowzilla slide.
If you don't take a picture did it really happen? Folks can snap a selfie or two in a huge snow globe.
There is also a sensory friendly area between Cherry Street, 9th Street and Wabash Avenue.
The people behind the annual event say much more is in store for day two including a parade.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College is hosting the Light Your Way parade.
Parade Chair Karah Ellis says, "We're really excited. We've been planning all year for this and it is a student led parade so we can't wait."
Parade Organizer Maddie Stuck says, "I just really hope that people come out and watch it because it's going to be really cool and people that aren't able to come watch it are going to miss out."
The fun continues from 3pm to 9pm back on 7th street with the parade at 6pm.
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