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Parade of Homes back this year after one-year absence

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Powder River Symphony’s Parade of Homes is back this year.

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Carol Curtis talks about the Christmas decorations in her dining room Wednesday morning. Carol and her husband Norm will be one of five homes featured in this year’s Parade of Homes.

On Sunday, people can tour five homes, each of which is decorated in its own unique style and taste.

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Carol Curtis reads a Christmas card on display in her home on Wednesday. Carol and Norm Curtis’ home is one of six taking part in the Parade of Homes this year.

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A Christmas tree decorated in red, white and blue adorns Norm and Carol Curtis’ patriotic room dedicated to family members who have served in the military.

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Lisa Harry works through her Santa collection at her home Saturday afternoon. Harry’s home is one of five featured in this year’s Parade of Homes.

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Lisa Harry’s extensive Santa collection allows her to theme them around each room of her home, such as cooking Santas in the kitchen.

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Lisa Harry talks about her extensive Santa collection at her Gillette home Saturday afternoon.

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A tree full of Christmas gnomes is topped by one in the midst of song at Lisa Harry’s home.

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Chad and Ashley Eischeid’s Par Drive home features a 22-foot Christmas tree in the living room overlooking the rolling hills of Gillette to the west.

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Ashley Eischeid’s home features numerous areas of festive decoration for this year’s Parade of Homes.

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