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Published on December 09, 2013

Santa brings up the rear during the Deer Lake Santa Claus Parade.

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A mummer couple associated with the Indian Head Co-op float is seen making their way down Carolina Avenue in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville.

Published on December 09, 2013

Five-year-old Brad Tulk and four-year-old Nevaeh Lush enjoy waving to the crowds during the Deer Lake Santa Claus Parade. The parade was held at night for the first time this year and crowds lined the streets in spite of the frosty temperatures and snow.

Published on December 09, 2013

Santa also did a little sailing at this year’s Deer Lake Santa Claus Parade over the weekend.

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The Simmons Tire float in the Deer Lake Santa Claus Parade over the weekend.

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Santa makes his way down the street.

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Three-year-old Liam Marche was enjoying hot chocolate supplied by the Stephenville Rotary Club while awaiting the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville.

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Women from the Stephenville Ladies Hockey League were wishing people a Merry Christmas from the hockey world with their float in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville.

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Rachael Burke and Emily Rumbolt enjoy the ride during the Deer Lake Santa Claus Parade Saturday.

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The Grinch’s heart probably grew a few sizes on Saturday when he saw the smiling faces in Deer Lake during that town’s annual Santa Claus Parade.

Published on December 09, 2013

The Girl Guides of Canada float in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville on Saturday night fit into the parade’s theme of “Christmas Around the World” with the outline of the top of a globe topped by children.

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In the arms of his grandmother Irene Hulan, two-year-old Parker Hulan had his eyes transfixed on the parade floats on Saturday night on Carolina Avenue in Stephenville during the Kinsmen Christmas Parade.

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Brian Beck re-directs traffic, helping to keep the road clear for parade floats.

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Humber Motors Ford in Stephenville went with the Polar Express for the theme of their float in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville on Saturday night.

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Eddy Services Towing was brightly lit in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville on Saturday night.

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Indian Head Co-op’s float in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville on Saturday night had a mummer’s theme, complete with grandma rocking in her chair.

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The Town of Kippens float in the Kinsmen Christmas Parade in Stephenville on Saturday night fit right into the parade’s theme of “Christmas Around the World” with a globe and flags of different countries draped around the side.

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J.J. Curling space camp float.

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Michael Parsons rides a Shriners motorcycle during the parade.

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Michael Parsons is ready to roll on one of the the Shriners’ miniature motorcycles.

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Doug Rowe unloads the Shriners famous miniature motor vehicles.

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Randy Parsons and Tyrone Pynn prepare the Tin Man float

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Corner Brook Kinsmen Club Santa Claus Parade

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The Grinch and his foxy friend cruise along in the Deer Lake Santa Clause Parade.

Photos from the Corner Brook, Stephenville, and Deer Lake Santa Claus parades held Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013. Photos by Frank Gale, Paul Hutchings and Chris McCarthy

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