Santa Claus Parades in Toronto 2017

Do you believe? Yes? Then you better pack up the kids and head to one of the many Santa parades in the GTA! Things kick off this weekend with the Toronto Santa Claus Parade on Sunday, November 19th. If you are unavailable this weekend, never fear there are plenty of opportunities to see the big guy parade by. We’ve put together a guide to all of the Santa Claus parades in Toronto and the GTA. Which parade will you attend this year?

Santa Claus Parades in Toronto 2017

Toronto Santa Claus Parade: The grandaddy of all Santa Claus parades will be marching through the streets of Toronto on Sunday, November 19th. Dress warmly and be sure to use the washroom before you find your small spot to sit. Snuggle up with the 10’s of thousands of Torontonians who will be cheering along side you. Starts at Christine Pits and winds up at St Lawrence Market

Beaches Santa Claus Parade:  The east end Kingston Road Village and Community Centre 55 will be hosting the 11th annual Hamper’s Santa Claus Parade on November 26th. The parade rolls along Kingston Road and ends with a celebration at Community Centre 55. Local businesses and community groups make this parade as charming as any small town parade.  A barbeque, children’s crafts and photos with Santa will be held at Centre 55 immediately following the parade.

Etobicoke Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade: On Sunday, December 2nd, the holiday festivities take to the streets in the west end of the city. Parade goers will be treated to 10 marching bands and 15 incredible floats…not to mention Santa himself. Celebrating its 27th anniversary, this year’s parade promises to be a fantastic family friendly event.

Weston Village Santa Claus Parade: The north-western community of Weston Village will be hosting their 38th annual parade on Sunday, November 26th. Come for the more than 50 entries including bands, community floats, clowns, and of course … the man with the white beard and the red suit. Weston Area Emergency Support Food Bank will pick up donations of non-perishable food items along the route.

Santa Claus Parades in the GTA

Brampton Board of Trade Santa Claus Parade
November 18, 2017 

Newmarket Santa Claus Parade
November 18, 2017

Oakville Santa Claus Parade
November 18, 2017

Pickering Santa Claus Parade
November 25, 2017

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