Santa’s coming to Aldergrove on Dec. 8!

Santa’s coming to Aldergrove on Dec. 8!

On Saturday, Dec. 8 the Aldergrove Christmas Light Up Parade starts at 6 p.m.

Christmas Time’s a Comin’ to Aldergrove this Saturday, December 8, starting with the Aldergrove Elks Children’s Christmas Celebration at the Aldergrove Legion from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Visit with Moana, Queen Elsa, Princess Anna and Santa. They are planning lots of fun and it is a free event for the kids.

Then bundle up and come downtown Aldergrove for the annual Christmas Light Up parade at 6 p.m. The parade runs the length of Fraser Hwy. in downtown Aldergrove and culminates with a party with Santa, food and fun for kids at the hall at 273rd Street.

Light up Aldergrove Christmas parade featuring Santa, Mrs Claus and Moana.

Posted by Kurt Langmann on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The After Party is held at the Aldergrove Vineyard Church, 27309 Fraser Highway, where Santa’s Helpers will be serving free hot chocolate, popcorn and hot dogs, along with entertainment, Christmas tree lighting, crafts for the kids and face painting, and of course, Santa will visit and pose for photos with his fans.

“We are very excited to be celebrating our 25th annual Christmas Light Up parade this year,” said Karen Long, Parade Chair. “We sure the weather holds out for us… although we go whether it rains, shines or snows.”

In related news the Aldergrove Business Association is hosting a Business Light Up contest and entries can be sent to: Judging is Tuesday, December 4 and winners will be announced at the Parade After Party.

To register for the Residential ‘Walt Levy’ Christmas Light Up entries please email Judging will take place on Sunday, December 23. All entrants will be contacted prior to judging.

Santa’s Helpers are grateful for the support we have received from our sponsors: Township of Langley, Aldergrove Credit Union, Valley Traffic Systems, Starbucks – Station Road, Aldergrove Business Association, Langley Arts Council, Home (Pearce) Hardware, Jodi Steeves, ReMax, Otter Co-op, and Aldergrove Vineyard Church.

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Santa’s coming to Aldergrove on Dec. 8!

Santa’s coming to Aldergrove on Dec. 8!

Santa’s coming to Aldergrove on Dec. 8!

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