KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Shouting out joy at the Aldergrove Christmas Parade.

Families enjoy an Aldergrove Christmas

Santa and Mrs Claus along with Moana and other special guests made it a special day

Hundreds of Aldergrove families enjoyed the fun on Saturday, Dec. 16, when the community hosted a variety of Christmas parties along with the Light Up Aldergrove Christmas Parade.

Santa and Mrs Claus came to the parties, along with Moana and many other special guests.

Light up Aldergrove Christmas parade featuring Santa, Mrs Claus and Moana.

Posted by Kurt Langmann on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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