Remember When: Back in the day the Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce hosted a special Christmastime parade in downtown Ponoka. Usually at the end of November groups would come together for the fun parade. In this 1997 kids got all dressed up and even brought this calm mule as part of the event. Photo courtesy of the Fort Ostell Museum

Remember When: Past Christmas parades in Ponoka

This week Ponoka News takes a look at a parade hosted by the Ponoka Chamber

Remember When: Back in the day the Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce hosted a special Christmastime paradein downtown Ponoka. Usually at the end of November groups would come together for the fun parade. In this 1997 kidsgot all dressed up and even brought this calm mule as part of the event.

Photo courtesy of the Fort Ostell Museum

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