We all know he’s coming to town, but the question is how will he arrive? Driving a traditional sled, or conducting a vintage train? Or perhaps at the wheel of a flashy convertible? Not to worry we have picked some of the best and most festive parades, filled with amazing floats, musical entertainment, face painters and even the guest of honour himself: SANTA CLAUS!
November 17, 2018
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Beginning at William F. Bell Parkway.
Traveling south on Leslie Street.
Ending at Performance Drive.
Richmond Hill’s Santa Claus Parade brings the holiday spirit to life each year for spectators of all ages. This popular night time parade attracts thousands and features a number of diverse floats, walking groups and marching bands from in and around the community. This year’s theme is Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree!
November 24, 2018
Grand Valley Community Centre, 90 Main St North
Grand Valley, Ontario
Grand Valley’s Santa Claus Parade goes down Main Street with Christmas Lights, followed by a celebration with visits from Santa and free skating at the Community Centre!
December 1, 2018
Main Street Schomberg
Schomberg Village, Ontario
Schomberg gets all dressed up and invites everyone to come and enjoy a fun-filled family event along historic Main Street from 3-9pm. Craft Show in the Community Hall, two parades, jugglers, musicians and singers and some delicious food.
December 1, 2018
Downtown Bolton, Queen Street South
Thousands of children and their parents line Highway 50 as the Parade makes its way down the centre of Bolton. As many as 55 floats representing many of the local organizations and businesses participate by entering floats into the Parade. Bands from as far away as Sudbury, Toronto and Mississauga add a musical flavour to the Parade. Certainly, Santa Claus always appreciates the Bolton Kinsmen for giving him the opportunity to see all the Bolton children just before Christmas.
December 5, 2018
8500 Old Scugog Rd
THEE (Tyrone, Haydon, Enniskillen, Enfield) Farmer Parade of Lights is an annual celebration of Christmas in the country with decorated farm equipment.
December 7, 2018
157 Main Street Unionville
Kick off the festive season with a Christmas celebration in Unionville. Live entertainment beginning at 5:30pm. Don’t miss the candlelight parade at 7pm. More than 40 floats, bands, and characters. Afterwards kids can visit Santa following the tree lighting ceremony at the Millennium Bandstand.