Here Comes The Santa Claus Parade


Here in Toronto, our Christmas Season begins with the Annual Santa Claus Parade. It is the biggest parade ever in the World with lots of fun, marching bands, clowns, some horses and many other different characters as you will discover in this Parade Show. 
Send in the clowns.
Smiling faces here including the Tiger and Geese.
There were waving flags, marching RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) and some lovely floats.

Now let us play the Toronto Star Scavenger Hunt for the 10 things to watch for in the Santa Claus Parade:
 Find an octopus playing drums.
 Find a pig with a paint brush.
 Find an Elf carrying doughnuts.
 Find a skating polar bear.
 Find a golden horse.
 Find a white glittered moose.
 Find a Lego snowman.
 Find a hockey playing dog.
Find a cow and a calf.
 Find a snow man with a broom. 
Now, where is Mrs. Santa Claus? 
Hooray, here comes Santa Claus! Did you find Rudolph the red nose reindeer?

Christmas Season begins in Toronto! 
How did you do in the Scavenger Hunt in this year's Santa Claus Parade?

Have a fantastic weekend! 

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  1. Aw wow Pamela, thanks for sharing this wonderful parade with us, we never ever see things like it here, its so delightful and the floats are really creative and cute, I can imagine how much work and planning goes into it. The Lego one is my favorite. So sweet! Has it not started snowing there as yet?...Have a warm and splendid weekend!

  2. Pamela, you made my day!:) Thanks for sharing all the photos! I love The Santa Claus Parade in Toronto, I was so much lucky to see it in person in 2011 and I felt like a children. I remember I watched it in Bloor Street (where there is a Tim Hortons) and was very amazed since I never saw a similar celebration before. Then, I searched on web and I found out is a tradition, a very old one, that every year is made. Wonderful, with all the Xmas songs and all the people, wish I was there! Also this year must have been fantastic, love the Santa Claus float so much! Have a good weekend dear! xo

  3. What a gorgeous parade! My son would love it!!!!

  4. What a lovely parade, the Lego one is such a cool idea but there are so many cute wagons and the all white one is so pretty :) We have similar parades but with less creative wagons ;)

  5. fabulous christmas parade pamela!!! i love this!! my favorites are the three little pics and elves with hot chocolate and donuts. this is so cute.

  6. That parade is so wonderful... So lucky to had the chance to see it live :)

  7. Thanks for sharing these cool pics! I like the lego van :)

  8. OMG, this is super positive and lovely! Thank you for amazing pictures!

  9. This must be a real fun! I ve never seen one and it looks great!:)

  10. Hi hun, stopping by to wish you well for the week ahead. Happy December!

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  12. It has to be such a great parase, I Live Christmas so I would love the parade, Specially the flote with Santa and Rudolph at the front.

  13. Awww this is so cool! I love parades :)


  14. Look like so much fun Pamela, perfect for getting everyone into the Christmas spirit. I want to be in the parade. I would like to be either a Christmas tiger or I could wear my red jacket and join the Mounties!


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