Cambridge Santa Parade

The 2017 Cambridge Santa Claus Parade is SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th at 6:00 p.m. on Hespeler Rd.

 

Registrations will be on line in July 2017

The 2017 Cambridge Santa Claus Parade will be held on Saturday November 18, 2016 at 6:00 PM.

Applications will go on line in July of this year. We hope you are planning to join us!! 

 

 

Our thanks go to The Steele Group of Companies who provided judges for our annual parade awards again this year.

THE WINNERS ARE

 

Best Community Entry - Community Living Cambridge

Best Band Entry - Preston Scout House Alumni

Best Corporate Entry - TW Properties

Best Overall - Elements Dance Arts

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Remember Christmas is for Giving!

Donate to the Food Bank

A big thank you to everyone who donated. We are thrilled to announce that at this year's parade we collected:

  • 3,084 pounds of food
  • $3,305.70

 

The Cambridge Santa Claus Parade Committee would like to thank all the parade participants for their beautiful entries.

 

Kids can Mail their Letters to Santa!

A reminder for all the little ones out there: Bring your letters to Santa to the parade. Canada Post will be walking the route with their bags and collecting all the letters to Santa and sending them to the North Pole after the parade. Here is the proper address to put on the envelopes:

Santa Claus
North Pole
HOH OHO

Remember to put a return address on the envelopes so Santa can write you back!

The Christmas in Cambridge Festival

Once again the City of Cambridge will be celebrating the festive season with numerous events throughout the city. For more information on the Christmas in Cambridge Festival, please click on the City of Cambridge.

 

PLEASE NOTE: In past years a number of street vendors have arrived at the parade unexpectedly. They are NOT sanctioned by the city or the parade committee. Please also be aware that we have received complaints about some of the food products which have been sold in the past, particularly candy floss which had a very strong cigarette taste to it. It is very much a case of "buyer beware".