SANTALAND PARADE COMMITTEE AND DDA CONTINUE TITLE SPONSORSHIP FOR 2019
The Santaland Parade committee and the Garden City Downtown Development Authority are exciting to continue their decade long partnership as title sponsorship of Garden City's longest running event. Agian this year the DDA will contribute $7,000 towards the operation and management of this year's parade.
John Prosch, the chair-
man of the DDA, talked
with Dan York, from the
about the partnership
and some of the great
things going on with the GCDDA. To view the interview CLICK HERE.
59TH ANNUAL GCDDA SANTALAND PARADE IS A CROWD FAVORITE!
The 2019 Garden City Downtown Development Authority Sanaland Parade was a huge success, thrilling thousands of spectators on the route and thousands more watch on TV and on social media.
The 59th annual parade included four high school marching bands, dozens of groups and floats, two grand marshals, mascots and of course Santa.
The float winners were Garden City Soccer Club in first place, Tipton School in second and PKSA Karate in third. Thanks to everyone who appeared in the parade, to all who volunteered and all who attended. Thanks to the City of Garden City for all of their support, especially the Police and DPS. Thanks to all of our sponsors including our title sponsor the DDA. Also thanks to the all volunteer Santaland Parade Committee members who worked hundreds of hours to put the parade on. More photos and thanks to come. Don't forget, Santaland 60 is November 28,2020.
MISS MICHIGAN USA 2020
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SANTALAND PARADE COMMITTEE ALREADY WORKING ON 2021 PARADE!
After the disappointment of not being able to hold the 2020 GCDDA Santaland Parade, the Parade Committee is already making preparations to move forward for 2021. This year's parade is Saturday, November 27, 2021, at 10am and will celebrate the 60th parade. The theme remains "Six Decades of Christmas Magic." Check back to our website for updates on sponsorships, entry forms and more in the upcoming months.
Visit our archive pages that are being constructed featuring photos and information from parades