Georgetown Santa Claus Parade, Saturday, Nov 17, 5-7 pm

Georgetown Lions

Santa Claus Parade

The Georgetown Lions Club Parade started in 1932 and has been a continuous event since that time. The parade is now an evening event starting at 5:00pm and ending approximately 7:00pm. The over 80 entrants feature floats with  many lights, making it truly a memorable evening. Of course the main feature is the arrival of Santa Claus who rides in the Lions Club Sleigh. While the Town of Halton Hills provides assistance with the event, the Lions are fully responsible for the oganization  and costs of operating the parade.

Route

The parade starts at Sinclair Ave. and Guelph St. in Georgetown and goes west along Guelph turning left on Mill St. to Charles St., finishing at the Georgetown Fairgrounds Park. The parade assembles on Sinclair Ave, and Todd Rd.  Registrants are encouraged to arrive via Todd Rd. at Mountainview Rd. N.

PLEASE NOTE PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AS ALL THE SPOTS ARE PRE ASSIGNED. Once your float has been registered you will be emailed further information and assigned a number. The numbers are displayed on stakes along the side of the road. It is importanct that you park in your assigned space.

Click on the link to view the map.

http://e-clubhouse.org/userfiles/25476/file/Parade%20Map.pdf

Registration 

Click here to obtain your regisration form.

http://e-clubhouse.org/userfiles/25476/file/2018%20Santa%20Claus%20Parade%20Registration%20Form%20(1)(1).pdf

Sponsorship

Like all community events the Lions Club relies on civic minded businesses for their  support, In 2017 we introduced a new category of sponsorship called Community Champions and with their support the Club was able to operate the event. As part of their sponsorship the company names were placed on the Lions Events Trailer.

Volunteers

Each year we ask the community for help in running this event. We need over 100 volunteers to undertake a variety of  tasks, we can gurantee the best view of the parade. If you are interested please send an email to Lion Louie at louieviolo67@gmail.com

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