A wonder of a walk in Waterford

November 18, 2013 by  

The 15th Annual Winter Wonderland Parade looks set to be a fine way to kick off the holiday season for the entire family. Poster printing and other similar promotion formats might have been used to share the information about start times and route with people in the community and its nearby towns.

The parade attracts approximately 2,000 spectators every year and starts off from the Associated Bank, before winding its way down to finish at the Waterford Library. Set to take place in the evening, the parade is loaded with lit floats, bands, music, and festivities. An assortment of Christmas characters and elves will make their way along the parade route giving out candy along the curb. The last float to appear will be the one containing Santa Claus himself. Spectators are advised to arrive early to ensure they find the best seating along the parade route.

Absolutely Waterford, the organizer of the parade, works to promote revitalization in the heritage district of downtown Waterford. Participants are reminded that this is a family-oriented event, and to therefore behave and talk in a way that reflects this.

Admission is free and everyone is encouraged to attend. The parade will be happening on Saturday, December 7, beginning at 5:30 pm at the Associated Bank located at 217 N. Milwaukee Street in Waterford, Wisconsin, just down the road from Burlington. To learn more about this parade, please visit the Absolutely Waterford website or call its office during business hours.