Here Come Santa And His…Horses

Here Come Santa And His…Horses

Le club équestre Les Randonneurs de St-Lambert is holding its annual Santa Claus Parade with horses of all shapes, colours and sizes. An event that has been held for over 15 years! Come admire the noble Percherons, the imposing Belgians along with many other magnificent breeds of riding horses decorated in their holiday gear! The effervescent procession through the streets of the village brings joy to all  with mascots, clowns, and of course jolly Santa being pulled by a Canadian horse.

Where: Saint Lambert-de-Lauzon, on the south shore of Quebec City only 15 minutes from the Pierre Laporte Bridge. Take Robert Cliche Highway towards St-Georges de Beauce (73), then take the 115 exit Saint Lambert, turn right and there you are!  You will be on the main street of the village. The departure of the parade is at City Hall, which is just before the shopping centre upon arriving. Next it is suggested to go to the IGA parking lot (at the shopping centre) to see the parade or if children wish to  have the opportunity to hop onto the hay wagon ride, which is on a “first come first served” basis, they must arrive before 1:00.

When: Sunday, December 12th at 1:30.

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Story and photos by Elizabeth Davies.
This also appears on the Quebec City Events Calendar

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