Santa Claus Parade

Brampton

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Description & Services
Description The Brampton Santa Claus Parade begins at 5:00 pm on the third Saturday of November, the parade runs from the intersection of Main Street and Sproule Drive south on Main Street past Nanwood Drive. 
 
An organizing committee of about 20-30 people, along with hundreds of volunteers work with the 40 plus floats, 16 band entries and many other types of participants to put on the spectacular annual event.  
 
The modern day Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade was revived in 1986 after a 10-year hiatus. In 1995, the format changed to a night time Parade. Because of the change in format the attendance quadrupled to 60,000. Since then, it has grown to be what we believe is the largest nighttime Santa Claus Parade in Canada.
Hours Starting 5pm
Dates November 18, 2017
Areas Served Brampton (City of)
Eligibility If you are interested in being a volunteer in this year's parade, please send an email to the following: admin@bramptonbot.com  
 
*Your email should have "Santa Claus Parade Volunteer" in the Subject Line. 
 
* Please include your name, contact information, if you are a student or adult, and area of interest you would like to volunteer for. 
 
*You may also call the Brampton Board of Trade at 905-451-1122 to make inquiries about volunteering.  
 
Thank you for your interest and you will be hearing from us.
Fees None
Languages English
Contact Information
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Website www.bramptonsantaclausparade.com/
Other Details
Funding Regional / Municipal
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Parades

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