A Santa celebration in Spaniard’s Bay
Spaniard’s Bay residents got in the mood for Christmas with the annual Santa Claus parade. Organized by the town’s volunteer fire department, the mid-afternoon event held Saturday, Dec. 9, featured lots of brightly coloured floats and well-dressed characters.
For those with a sweet tooth, lots of candy was distributed to kids during the parade.
The Compass parked near the breakwater along the Conception Bay Highway and has these pictures to share.
Students from Holy Redeemer School wave to Santa’s fans.
These two were tossing treat bags on behalf of AJ’s Cabs.
The Hayward’s Fuel Oil Delivery float had lots of smiling faces.
This dog was ready to fly high at the parade.
Ohm’s Electrical allowed a lot of mummers in on its parade float.
The float these guys were riding on depicted a true winter wonderland.
Santa’s elves take a merry stroll on the Conception Bay Highway.
Some lucky kids, like this young boy, got to ride in fire trucks for the parade in Spaniard’s Bay.