The Parker Christmas Carriage Parade is a valued tradition held annually in downtown Parker in celebration of the holiday season. The Town of Parker and the Colorado Driving Society present this exciting event on the second Saturday of December each year and the parade is free to attend.
Come and experience that holiday feeling in the air and enjoy this all-equestrian parade made up of dozens of horse-drawn carriages, wagons, surreys and stagecoaches from across Colorado, all dressed up for the occasion.
Event-goers also enjoy a holiday farmer's market, a petting zoo and pony rides, ice sculpting, games with Santa's elves and visiting time and pictures with Mr. and Mrs. Claus. Santa's reindeer are also on hand for a visit on this fun day!
Be more than a spectator this year and enter the parade! Individuals, businesses and organizations are encouraged to enter the parade. It is a wonderful opportunity to gain exposure.Commercial entries are $100 and may display advertising for their business on their hired carriage or horse group. The parade is open to equestrian and marching band entries only, no motorized vehicles. There will be no entry fee charged for private entries that do not charge for their services and do not display any type of advertising, other than for a not-for-profit group. Parade space is limited and all entries will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. All applications are due by Nov. 16. Fill out a 2018 General Entry Application. For Government and Band entries, please contact Brooke Spain at email@example.com or 303.805.3253.
Looking for a unique and powerful way to market your business or organization while showing the Parker community your holiday cheer? Consider becoming a 2018 Christmas Carriage Parade Sponsor (PDF).
For additional event details or information on sponsorship, please email us at or call 303.805.3253.
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