Santa Claus Minden parade

Santa Christmas Parade Minden



Back Again for 2015!

Community Event Your Santa Claus Parade in Minden

Saturday -  11:30 am - November 21st 2015



santa claus riding Christmas sleigh


It’s that time of year all over again for Minden Hills 16th Annual Santa Claus Parade.

Held every year on the 2nd last Saturday in November, be certain to gather up some of the spirit from the season by watching each of the floats go by with their lighting and songs.

NEW ROUTE CHANGE – Observe this following route adjustment for the Santa Claus Parade – Floats will get started from the S.G Nesbitt Memorial Arena, follow Parkside Street, along Bobcaygeon Road to Newcastle Street and finish off at the Municipal parking lot off of Milne Street.

snowman watch paradeMeet up with Santa in the Minden Hills Council Chambers and on top of that have a free cup of hot chocolate whilst your wait.

Remind your Little ones to bring their letter to Santa!

Santa adores getting letters from all of the boys and girls on the world, so be certain to bring their letter for Santa to the parade.

That you'll be able to hand deliver it directly to Santa’s own mailbox which means you can be sure he will get it in time.

Amazing Family Occasion to Enjoy a Christmas Parade.

See you there.

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