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The Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade
By Brampton Board of Trade | Published  11/14/2010 | City/Region News | Rating:
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Brampton - Join in and celebrate 25 consecutive years of the Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade!

Date: Saturday, November 20, 2010
Start time: 5:00 pm
Duration: 2 hours
Cost: Free
Location: Downtown Brampton, ON (Sproule Drive and Main Street North, heading south on Main Street to Elgin Drive)

The Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade lights up downtown Brampton on Saturday, November 20, 2010. The parade is the largest single day event in Peel Region and Ontario’s grandest nighttime parade.

Giant inflatable floats will help mark the 25th Anniversary of the parade in celebration of the major sponsors: Rotary, the Brampton Downtown Development Corporation and 407 ETR, as well as, the Brampton Board of Trade – event host organization.

This not-to-miss holiday treat features unique floats decorated with thousands of lights, a record number of bands and performing groups, over 200 costumed characters, and, of course, Santa Claus and his elves.

So grab a chair and a thermos of hot chocolate and come enjoy a special evening for all ages. Don’t forget – along the route, letters to Santa will be collected by the Brampton Guardian Elves and non-perishable food items will be collected by the Progress Club for their food drive.

For those unable to attend, the parade is broadcast live on Rogers TV. They will continue to show the parade throughout the holiday season for all to enjoy.

For more information, please visit:
Or contact:
Anita Sequeira
Events Co-ordinator
Brampton Board of Trade
905-451-1122 x 213

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