Grand Forks celebrates the holidays with Santa Claus parade, light up

The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. The Pharmasave float.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. The Grand Forks ATV Club.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. Dancers from Dazzle Dance and Fitness.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. The Total Pet float.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. The lights in Gyro Park.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. (Right) The Grand Forks Skating Club.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. Kids rushed to pick up candy thrown by passing floats.
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. The lighted trees are a focal point of the Christmas decorations
The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. Warming stations were attended to by members of Grand Forks Fire/Rescue, who also had a float in the parade.

The holidays are fast approaching, and with the first Friday in December comes the annual Santa Claus parade and city light up in Gyro Park. More than a dozen local organizations decorated floats and marched in the parade on Friday night, which ended in Gyro Park when the Christmas ligths and decorations are switched on! Completel with warming stations and hot chocolate and kettle corn ourtesy of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, it was a fun night for all. Photos by Kathleen Saylors.

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