Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Did you know decorating for the holidays puts you in a happy mood?
Let’s gear up for the Ho Ho Holidays!
It is safe to say, we can Make Spirits Bright, Deck The Halls and last but not least: Welcome Jolly Old Saint Nicholas to town!
The Toronto Santa Claus Parade is on Sunday November 18th in person at 12:30. The Original Santa Claus Parade has been an exciting must see jolly, festive event since 1913. There are floats, bands and happy clowns. There are also letter carriers collecting letters written to Santa. If you can’t adorn your red nose in person, you can always catch it on CTV at 4:30.
“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town”
You better not pout
I’m telling you why
Santa Claus is coming to town
He’s checking it twice,
He’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice
Santa Claus is coming to town…”
Santa Claus Approved Gifts
Ho Ho, the Emergency Santa Kit will instantly turn anyone into the jolly old man. Yes, he is making a list and checking it twice.
Reindeer Heat Change Mug
Who will guide Santa’s sleigh and give him caffeinated energy as he winds through the streets of downtown Toronto? The Reindeer Heat Change Mug will. Ignite the festive season as the most famous reindeer’s nose magically changes color from black to red when hot liquid is added.
“Santa baby, and hurry down the chimney tonight.” This BPA free Santa Mustache Pacifier will transform your little one into Santa Baby.
Add some festive whimsy by creating the most famous reindeer scene of all with these Christmas photo booth accessories. The Christmas Photo Booth will make your Christmas party photos just a little more like a Santa Claus Parade.
This year’s Santa Claus parade is taking a different route through the city
Santa Claus is coming to town, but he’ll be coming from a different direction this year.
On Nov. 17, the 115th annual Toronto Santa Claus parade will be starting in the east end of the city at Bloor and Parliament streets. The parade will head west on Bloor Street before turning south on University Avenue.
In previous years, the parade started at Christie and Bloor streets and travelled east.
The parade will then head east on Wellington Street before heading south on Yonge Street and then east on Front Street.
It will end at St. Lawrence Market.
The Toronto Santa Claus Parade was first started by Canadian department store Eaton, and Santa made his first appearance in 1905. It has been a not-for-profit charity since 1982.
The 2019 parade will kick off at 12:30 p.m.
You can watch the parade on Nov. 17 at 4:30 p.m. on CTV.
You too can get into the spirit of the season with our festive wares. We have ideas for the whole family: Young, the young at heart and the old(er) wiser folks too.