Above, all the way from the North Pole, Santa Claus took time out of his busy schedule to ring in the holiday season and take part in the Durham Santa Claus Parade December 1.
The 2018 Durham Santa Claus Parade was held December 1 to the theme of "Christmas on the Farm."
Sponsored by the Durham Firefighters Association, the parade featured businesses, community organizations and dignitaries displaying their Christmas spirit while making their way through Durham's downtown.
And of course, the man himself, all the way from the North Pole with a "Merry Christmas" and a "Ho Ho Ho" Santa Claus greeted spectators young and old.
The West Grey Police Service escorted the Santa Claus Parade safely through downtown Durham December 1.
There were plenty of farm animals to see on the Durham Sparks, Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders float.
The ladies of The Morning Coffee Club were keeping nice and warm as they travelled up Garafraxa Street in the Durham Santa Claus Parade.
With a theme of "Christmas on the Farm," there were plenty of farm animals to see, some travelling on four legs, some on two.
Students from Durham's Edge Hill Country School waved to the crowd watching as they made their way through downtown Durham for the 2018 Santa Claus Parade December 1.
The parade was sponsored by the Durham Firefighters Association and the Fire Department was well represented.
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP, Bill Walker (left) and local resident Larry McIntyre waved to spectators watching the Santa Claus Parade in Durham.
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