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New Orleans is not letting COVID-19 put a damper on certain Mardi Gras traditions even though normal celebrations have been canceled for 2021.

Elaborately-decorated floats typically line the streets during Carnival leading up to Fat Tuesday, but the city called off all parades this year. 

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Visitors at Georgia's Jekyll Island should keep their eyes peeled for treasure hidden across the island during the next few months. 

From January 1 through February 28, the island is holding its signature Island Treasures event that sends visitors on an island-wide expedition for treasure. 

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The streets of Fort Worth will not be lined with people for the 38th annual Parade of Lights. 

But don't worry, you'll still get to see the miles and miles of Christmas floats with twinkling lights, just in a very different way.

So grab your Christmas jammies and a cup of hot cocoa, because you'll have to snuggle up on the couch and watch this years parade on your TV.

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Is it too soon to be talking about winter activities and the holiday season? This year, COVID-19 and Christmas could overlap and one Canadian city is already changing a classic holiday event. There will be a reverse Santa Claus parade because of the pandemic.

COVID-19 isn't stopping Santa Claus from coming to town this winter but he will be doing it in a different way.

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Nope, you're not dreaming. There's a brand new ice cream shop opening up in Ottawa and I don't think anyone is annoyed. Honestly, what's better than a cold ice cream cone on a hot summer day? 

READ MORE: These Are The Tastiest Desserts In Ottawa You Need To Indulge In On Your Next Cheat Day

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