Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade time changed

Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, at noon.

The annual Santa Parade will take place at noon this year

The Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade will be taking place this year, despite rumours that it might be canceled.

However, instead of the usual 4 p.m start time, the parade will now take place at noon on Saturday, Dec. 5.

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the parade, announced the time change today, along with a pancake breakfast with Santa that morning. As well, the Vintage Car Club will act as marshals for the parade.

The day will kick off with Breakfast with Santa at the United Church from 8–11 a.m., with sittings at 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30. Photos with Santa will also be possible. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for children. They are available at the church and the community centre.

Anyone interested in taking part in the parade can register at the Visitor Information Centre.

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