SANTA CLAUS PARADE INFORMATION!

-Who: You & 100,000 of your closest friends downtown on a Saturday night!
-What: Greater Moncton Majesta Santa Claus Parade
-Where: parade starts at Cameron St, follows Main St, ends at Paul St
-When: parade starts at 5:00p on Saturday (Nov 28)
-Why: Christmas, baby!!

*Note on Santa:
He magically appears at Main & Cameron St, and disappears at Paul St in Dieppe, so if you aren't along the official parade route you will miss him. (Don't blow this, you KNOW how important eye-contact is when it comes to being placed on the NICE list)
*parade route graphic

*Note on Food Drive: 
The Tim Hortons Food Drive Float leads the parade. Please bring a food donation to the parade if you can- thanks! #feedthehungry

Note on Notes:
Letters to Santa will be collected by Canada Post volunteers, so bring your letters! (especially if you're borderline-naughty. This could make it or break it for you!)

*Note on Street Closures:
-No parking on Main St all day Saturday (28 Nov)
-1:00p, Vaughan Harvey closed from John St to Vaughan Harvey Sobeys
-4:45p, Main St closed from Vaughan Harvey to Paul St in Dieppe
*street closure graphic 2015

*Note on Parking Downtown:
There will be some Free Parking for the parade at City Lots downtown- places like behind City Hall, the parking garage on Church St, behind Capitol Theatre, and behind Assomption Place.
PLEASE WATCH THE SIGNS- IF YOU PARK IN A PRIVATE LOT YOUR VEHICLE MIGHT GET BOOTED! Watch for the new YELLOW Parking Signs from the City to find their parking spots

*Note on Trash:
Hey, maybe if we all throw our discarded coffee cups in one giant pile after the parade, we could make a ski hill downtown called Coffee Cup Mountain!
Or maybe not...  

*Note on Our Contest:
Take a photo of the XL Country 96.9 float and put it on our FACEBOOK for a chance to win a Papa John's Pizza Party for 10! (draw is on Monday)
*Thanks to some friends who helped us out with our float... "For all your float needs, Lloyds of Moncton, Quality Concrete, the Trailer Store and Toys For Big Boys."



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