Santa Claus is making an early stop in our city!
Jolly Old St.Nick will take a break from preparing for his busiest night of the year and join the Santa Claus Parade on Nov.24.
“The Santa Claus Parade promises to be a fun time for everyone and a great way for local businesses and organizations to promote their brand, products and services,” said parade chair Mike LeBlanc.

The parade gets underway at 11 a.m. from the corner of 99th Avenue and 108th Street. Following the same route as previous years, it will travel down 99th Avenue, turning right on 102nd Street and right again on 100th Avenue before returning to 106th Street.

Local youngsters will again have the chance to deliver their letters to Santa by handing them to one of his elves as his float passes through the streets.
The event is organized by the Fort Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Farnese Insurance and Registries. This is the 26th annual edition of the parade.


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