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PANAMA CITY BEACH — The holidays are upon us, which means one Panama City Beach tradition is returning for its extravaganza.

Beach Home for the Holidays is held annually on Thanksgiving weekend to kick off the holiday season in Panama City Beach with two days filled with holiday-themed festivities. The free event is in its seventh year and takes place Friday and Saturday at Aaron Bessant Park, 600 W. Pier Park Drive. 

Rachel Banks, public relations manager for Visit Panama City Beach, said that Beach Home for the Holidays started as a way to bring the community together to celebrate the start of the holiday season. 

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“(Visit Panama City Beach) hosts this every year because it’s our way to kick off the holiday season in PCB,” Banks said. “All ages are welcome. We just wanted to have a fun, festive way to bring the community together.” 

This year's Beach Home for the Holidays celebration is Friday and Saturday in Panama City Beach.

Holiday-themed activities are lined up for both days, such as carol-themed concerts, an appearance by Santa, firework shows and activities for the kids. 

Campfires, S’mores & Santa’s Village will open at 3:30 p.m. on both days. Photo opportunities with Santa and Mrs. Claus will be available throughout the day. Also, the evening will close out with a fireworks show at 7:15 p.m. on both nights.  

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