The good weather brought many residents and visitors out to see the Vankleek Hill Santa Claus Parade of Lights on Friday, December 1. This year’s theme was “Memories of Christmas Past.” The colourful parade celebrated the holidays with horses, Cadets, floats and even a gingerbread house. Children could write letters to Santa beforehand at The Review; letters were picked up along the parade route by Canada Post staff.
photos by S. Graves-Mac Rae and L. Sproule
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