Santa Parade and madness this Friday

Ashcroft's annual Santa Parade and Santa madness are being held this Friday.

Ashcroft’s Santa Madness Parade is happening on Friday, Dec. 4. Floats and other parade entries will marshal by the CPR tracks south of the Blue Truck at 5:30 pm. The parade will begin at 6pm.

If you have an entry for the parade, contact Parade Marshall Judy Stuart at 250-453-9366 or 250-457-7129  or email at or David Durksen at 250-457-3020 or .

The parade travels down Railway Ave. to the Safety Mart. Afterwards, Santa’s float parks itself downtown and the Clauses invite all of the children to come and ses them.

Each of the businesses will be having their own Santa Madness Events and specials so those who attend will want to check these out both before and possibly after the parade.

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