Santa Parade 2015 winds its way through downtown Grand Forks

The theme was “Smokin’ Hot Christmas” in honour of the firefighters who helped everyone us safe from the wildfires this summer.

Grand Forks Santa Parade 2015

A big crowd took in this year’s Santa Parade on Friday in downtown Grand Forks. The theme was “Smokin’ Hot Christmas” in honour of the firefighters who helped everyone us safe from the wildfires this summer.

The parade started at the Selkirk College parking lot and weaved through downtown ending up at Gyro Park for the annual Christmas tree light up.

The winning float from Grand Forks Fire/Rescue

Santa Claus and City of Grand Forks councillors Christine Thompson, Chris Hammett and Colleen Ross addressed the crowd at the light up.

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