Roth said horse and buggy rides will be offered free of charge, and complimentary refreshments and entertainment by Eddie Fagan will be provided inside the community center thanks to this year's major sponsor Memorial Masonic Lodge No. 648.
There will also be kids' activities upstairs at the community center with face painting and holiday crafts. Bob's Barkers will also be on hand as a food vendor.
Other sponsors include Tim Hortons and Dunkin Donuts, which will provide donuts for the attendees, and the Plank Road Chamber of Commerce, which is providing hot cocoa for parade participants.
Anyone who would like to march or have a float in the parade should call Roth at 458-8050. Roth said the parade and event is open to anyone and she welcomes participants from outside the village.
"The more the merrier," she said.