PHOTOS: Grand Forks Santa Parade 2020 in pictures

Santa and Mrs. Claus greeted scores of good little Grand Forks’ boys and girls at Friday’s Santa Parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie TritschlerSanta and Mrs. Claus greeted scores of good little Grand Forks’ boys and girls at Friday’s Santa Parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Elves Devin Anderson (left) and Madison Warriner gave out candy to waiting children along Santa’s Safe Ride route Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie TritschlerElves Devin Anderson (left) and Madison Warriner gave out candy to waiting children along Santa’s Safe Ride route Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Elves Madison Warriner (centre) and Nickolas Wiebe smile aboard Santa’s sleigh Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie TritschlerElves Madison Warriner (centre) and Nickolas Wiebe smile aboard Santa’s sleigh Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Santa and Mrs. Claus warmly greeted all who came out to Friday night’s very cold drive-by parade. Photo: Laurie TritschlerSanta and Mrs. Claus warmly greeted all who came out to Friday night’s very cold drive-by parade. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Santa’s elves faithfully doled out candy to countless little girls and boys who watched Friday’s drive-by parade from a safe distance. Photo: Laurie TritschlerSanta’s elves faithfully doled out candy to countless little girls and boys who watched Friday’s drive-by parade from a safe distance. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Parade organizers said they were grateful to have Mrs. Claus alongside the Big Guy at Friday’s parade. Photo: Laurie TritschlerParade organizers said they were grateful to have Mrs. Claus alongside the Big Guy at Friday’s parade. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Several Grand Forks residents watched Friday’s Santa parade from their cars and trucks. This motorist’s smiling wave tugged at the Gazette’s heartstrings. Photo: Laurie TritschlerSeveral Grand Forks residents watched Friday’s Santa parade from their cars and trucks. This motorist’s smiling wave tugged at the Gazette’s heartstrings. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Mrs. Claus never tired of waving to her and Santa’s many fans in Grand Forks Friday night, Dec. 5. Photo: Laurie TritschlerMrs. Claus never tired of waving to her and Santa’s many fans in Grand Forks Friday night, Dec. 5. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
This man braved the blistering cold just so he could wave to Santa and Mrs. Claus as their sleigh mushed through his neighbourhood Friday night, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie TritschlerThis man braved the blistering cold just so he could wave to Santa and Mrs. Claus as their sleigh mushed through his neighbourhood Friday night, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
They know when you are sleeping; they know when you’re awake. But Mrs. Claus told The Gazette that there are never any “bad” children on her and Santa’s list. Some of us could show some improvement, but no one is fundamentally “bad.” Photo: Laurie TritschlerThey know when you are sleeping; they know when you’re awake. But Mrs. Claus told The Gazette that there are never any “bad” children on her and Santa’s list. Some of us could show some improvement, but no one is fundamentally “bad.” Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Rachel Warriner, left, and husband Gabe pulled Santa and Mrs. Claus’s sleigh in Friday night’s parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie TritschlerRachel Warriner, left, and husband Gabe pulled Santa and Mrs. Claus’s sleigh in Friday night’s parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
Countless adults, like this one, came out to film Friday night’s parade with their cell phones, tablets and cameras. Photo: Laurie TritschlerCountless adults, like this one, came out to film Friday night’s parade with their cell phones, tablets and cameras. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Elves Devin Anderson (left) and Madison Warriner gave out candy to waiting children along Santa’s Safe Ride route Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Elves Madison Warriner (centre) and Nickolas Wiebe smile aboard Santa’s sleigh Friday, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Santa’s elves faithfully doled out candy to countless little girls and boys who watched Friday’s drive-by parade from a safe distance. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Santa and Mrs. Claus warmly greeted all who came out to Friday night’s very cold drive-by parade. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Parade organizers said they were grateful to have Mrs. Claus alongside the Big Guy at Friday’s parade. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Mrs. Claus never tired of waving to her and Santa’s many fans in Grand Forks Friday night, Dec. 5. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Santa and Mrs. Claus greeted scores of good little Grand Forks’ boys and girls at Friday’s Santa Parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

They know when you are sleeping; they know when you’re awake. But Mrs. Claus told The Gazette that there are never any “bad” children on her and Santa’s list. Some of us could show some improvement, but no one is fundamentally “bad.” Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Rachel Warriner, left, and husband Gabe pulled Santa and Mrs. Claus’s sleigh in Friday night’s parade, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Several Grand Forks residents watched Friday’s Santa parade from their cars and trucks. This motorist’s smiling wave tugged at the Gazette’s heartstrings. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Countless adults, like this one, came out to film Friday night’s parade with their cell phones, tablets and cameras. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

This man braved the blistering cold just so he could wave to Santa and Mrs. Claus as their sleigh mushed through his neighbourhood Friday night, Dec. 4. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Laurie Tritschler

Grand Forks Gazette

Special thanks to the Grand Forks Parade Committee and all the boys and girls who came out to see Santa and Mrs. Claus

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