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Grand Valley Santa Claus parade Nov. 26

GRAND VALLEY - More communities have moved their Santa Claus parades to evenings to take advantage of the ability to provide more and more spectacular lights. That is the case in Grand Valley, the community just upstream of Wellington County on the Grand River.

Everyone is invited to watch as the lights are lit at the Grand Valley Santa Claus parade. Many people feel they cannot miss the festive night mixed with lots of fun and excitement.

The parade is on Nov. 26 at 7pm. It starts at the Grand Valley Community Centre. The theme this year is An Old Fashioned Christmas. The evening’s events do not stop at the parade. There is also free skating from 7:30 to 9pm sponsored by the Grand Valley Chamber of Commerce, local Fire Fighters, Grand Valley Lions, and the Grand Valley BIA.

Free hot chocolate and apple cider to take the chill out of the air. Further, everyone is invited to bring their cameras (or cell phones) to take a picture with Santa Claus at Simes Funeral Home.

People will also have an opportunity to buy their Christmas tree from the Grand Valley Lions Club. Dufferin Jr. Farmers will collect food donations at the parade route for CONCERN.

 

November 18, 2011

 
 

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