Santa Claus rides in the Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade.

Scenes from the Santa Claus Parade

The annual Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade rolled down First Street and Mackenzie Avenue on Saturday.

The annual Revelstoke Santa Claus Parade rolled down First Street and Mackenzie Avenue on Saturday. Hundreds of people lined the parade route to take in the floats from numerous community groups and businesses.

The parade award winners are as follows:

Best Over-all Float: Selkirk Saddle Club

Best School Float: Auntie Charn’s Day Care

Best Commercial Float: Revelstoke Home Hardware

Best Organization Float: Parks Canada

Judges Special Mention:

Revelstoke Grizzlies/Minor Hockey

Mister Plow Junior

Stoke FM

Check out the slideshow above for some of our favourite floats.

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