Get your entry in for Christmas parade

Are you thinking about entering the Lake Cowichan Christmas parade this year?

The Christmas parade is always a much-anticipated event.

Are you thinking about entering the Lake Cowichan Christmas parade this year?

It’s time to get your entry form in if you are interested in taking part because the deadline for entries is Friday, Nov. 6.

This year the Lake Cowichan Christmas parade falls on Sunday, Nov. 29 but organizers are already at work planning the event, and are interested in learning who and what is coming to the parade so they can present everyone in an appealing way.

So, if you have a commercial float, an antique car or some other vehicle, an equestrian or other animal entry, a dance group, a band, or any kind of walking group, go to cowichanlake.ca and download the entry form and return it to the Cowichan Lake District Chamber of Commerce at Box 824-125C S. Shore Rd., Lake Cowichan, B.C., V0R 2G0. Or call 250-749-3244 for more details.

If you are interested in any of the 10 spaces available under the gazebo for vendors at Saywell Park that night, you can also let the chamber know at the same time.

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