Santa and Mrs. Claus - Santa and Mrs. Claus made an appearance at the Santa Days parade, as well as at the ag grounds after the fun parade.

PHOTOS: Bashaw’s Santa Days was a blast for families

Bashaw’s families enjoyed the Santa Days event

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Bashaw’s families enjoyed the Santa Days event


Candy canes delivered - Cindy Orom from Bashaw Feed and Farm Supplies hands out candy canes during the parade that brought several community organizations to Main Street Bashaw.

Sirens and lights - The Bashaw Fire Department along with EMS took in the parade on Main Street with lights and sirens blaring announcing their presence.

Sharing the spoon - Emersyn and Beckett Lenz try and work together to share a spoon while dishing up some delightful treats.

Card writers - Chael Gulliford and Evan Peoples get together to write a few Christmas cards.

Christmas crafts: There were many different Christmas crafts for kids to get into (and parents to help out) as seen in this photo with Elaina Tansowny.

Fishing for prizes - Bashaw Santa Days Dec. 1 proved a great time for families. After the Santa Days parade, families headed to the ag grounds for lunch and an activity filled afternoon.

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