Parade picks up the pace for December
November 22, 2012 by Mark
Coming up soon is the eighth annual Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival – a great event for the whole family. With a snow tot lot, train, food, craft vendors, animal adoptions, Santa, and much more, this year’s event has longer hours, more fun, and a new time, plus a great list of winter activities for everybody in the family to enjoy.
Parade entries this year include walking and dancing groups, bands, drill teams, floats, wagons, equestrian groups, vintage tractors, and more. The parade route starts at Valle View and travels to the Winter Festival at George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center. The Winter Festival includes craft vendors, food, a kids’ train, an outdoor skating rink, and Santa’s workshop, together with photo opportunities with Mr. Clause himself.
The entertainment for this event includes Rainbow Express Dance, CAT of Corona, and Western Express Band. The parade begins at 5:00 pm in the evening, so it’s worth bringing the whole family out to enjoy the evening,
Poster printing and flyer printing were most likely used to share the information about this event with members of the community and surrounding communities. Activity wristbands cost $5 per person, with parking free.
The 8th Annual Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival is being held on Saturday, December 1, starting at 2:00 pm at the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center located at 3737 Crestview Street in Norco, California. For additional information on the parade route, please visit the Horsetown Parade of Lights and Winter Festival website or call 951-270-5632.