Sidney Sparkles Parade coming in December

SIDNEY — Organizers of the Sidney Sparkles Christmas Parade are pleased to announce the 2017 Sidney Sparkles Christmas Parade will take place on Sunday, December 3 at 5 p.m. on Beacon Avenue.

Peninsula Celebrations Society Vice President, Morgan Shaw, said, “This iconic annual event brings thousands to Sidney and rings in the holiday season with great community spirit.”

“This year parade-goers can expect a mix of their favourite floats from past years, new participants, festive music, and fun for the entire family.”

The Sidney Sparkles Christmas Parade is an annual community event organized by local volunteers with the Peninsula Celebrations Society.

For more information or to participate in the Annual Sidney Sparkles Christmas Parade people are encouraged to visit peninsulacelebrations.ca and follow Peninsula Celebrations Society on social media channels.

—Peninsula Celebrations Society

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