Annual Events in West Samoset a Neighborhood in Bradenton, FL

There are many annual events held in West Samoset. Some of the most popular annual events include:

* The West Samoset Holiday Parade

* Christmas in the Park Celebration

* Farmers’ Market Pick-Up Night with Santa Claus and Mrs. Clause

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The city offers a variety of seasonal festivals including these three that are held year-round. Other favorite annual celebrations to attend in Bradenton FL neighborhoods include Soccer Games at Samoset Park (April), the Lighting Ceremony on Flagler Avenue Bridge (every December), or an Independence Day Fireworks Show over Lakewood Ranch! For those who love cycling, there is also Bike Week every April which features vendor displays where bicyclists can find everything they need for their next biking adventure.

The West Samoset Holiday Parade is one of the most popular annual events held in West Samoset every year. The parade starts at Indian Rocks Road and continues on to John Anderson Avenue, with a turn around point near East Lakewood Ranch Boulevard before returning back north on John Anderson Ave., ending at North Pineapple Street where participants disperse. This event typically occurs during Thanksgiving weekend. One can expect to see over 50 entries including floats, marching bands from elementary schools, law enforcement agencies and fire departments as well as many other groups participating in this holiday tradition that has been an important part of Bradenton FL neighborhoods for more than 40 years!

“Christmas in the Park Celebration” features decorated trees throughout parks such as West Samoset Park, and many other activities. The event usually takes place in December and is free of charge to the public.

The Farmers’ Market Pick-Up Night with Santa Claus & Mrs. Clause—December 16 from 12 pm – 12 am: This annual Bradenton FL neighborhood festival features Christmas carolers performing on a stage while children sit on Santa’s lap to tell him what they would like for Christmas this year or that he should bring them candy cane treats! Holiday-themed arts and crafts are available as well as live music played by bands who sing traditional holiday songs such as “Frosty the Snowman,” “Jingle Bell Rock” or “White Christmas.”