Kiera Dacosta decorates a Christmas tree for a Vancouver Island University float on Dec. 1. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

Christmas parade spreads cheer through Nanaimo’s downtown

Photos from the Nanaimo Lions Club Christmas Parade, held Saturday evening

With the Santa Claus flying in to Nanaimo last week, the festive mood continued this week with the Nanaimo Lions Club’s Christmas Parade Saturday in downtown Nanaimo.

It began at Victoria Crescent, through Commercial Street to Front Street.

Prior to the parade, Santa was at Vancouver Island Conference Centre.

Here are some images.



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