Holiday parade signup begins in Langley

Entry forms are now being accepted for this year’s Langley in Lights Holiday Parade, sponsored by the Langley Chamber of Commerce.

  • Wednesday, November 10, 2010 2:04pm
  • Business

Entry forms are now being accepted for this year’s Langley in Lights Holiday Parade, sponsored by the Langley Chamber of Commerce.

The mile-long parade through the city will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, as part of the city’s month-long Home For the Holidays celebration.

This year, floats will be added to the parade, to go along with the usual animals, classic cars, bicycles, performers and musical groups, said chamber executive director Sherry Jennings.

The parade will begin at the Langley Middle School bus barn and proceed through downtown. Santa and his “reinpacas” are expected to appear, as they also will during the annual Lighting of Langley on Thanksgiving Weekend, Jennings said.

Entry forms for the parade must be submitted by Friday, Nov. 26. Forms may be obtained online at http://tinyurl.com/2be469n, or at

the chamber office, 208 Anthes Ave.

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