The annual Mission Candlelight Parade takes place on Friday

Candlelight Parade will light up downtown Mission

The annual event takes place on Friday, Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. Watch for road closures in the area.

  • Nov. 30, 2016 2:00 p.m.

Put on your winter coat, boots and mitts for the 7:30 p.m. start of Mission’s Candlelight Parade, one of the largest night time parades in B.C.

The parade takes place on Dec. 2.

Watch the floats pass by while holiday tunes are played along First Ave. between Horne St. and Park St.

Come early to get a great spot and bring a donation of non-perishable items for the Mission Christmas Bureau.

Volunteers will be collecting items up and down the parade route before the festivities begin.

For more information on the parade visit  missionchamber.bc.ca.

Road closures:

Highway 7 (Lougheed) closes at 6 p.m. along the parade route so come early to avoid any traffic tie ups.

 

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