The Durango Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas Caroling Procession rocked and rolled its way down Main Avenue last Friday night. Carolers of all ages were greeted by Santa and Mrs. Claus at Buckley Park to start the evening's festivities. Guided by red and green glow sticks, parade-goers sang their way through town as they
approached the train depot. The holiday street party reached a climax as the Christmas tree and the lights lining Main Avenue were illuminated. Afterwards, children lined up inside the train depot to sit upon Santa's lap in the hopes of having their holiday wishes granted.


Santa Claus works the mic and gets the crowd ready as the countdown to the lighting of the Christmas tree begins.

Santa Claus listens intently to a young
fan’s holiday wish.

A caroler with a brightly colored glow stick gets a ride down Main Ave as the group advances towards the train.

Mrs. Claus waves to a festive holiday crowd at Buckley Park before the start of the caroling procession.

Steve Ward holds the hands of Ruby and Sawyer Ward as they meet Santa Claus inside the train depot.
Robbie Grogan rides in style inside his Radio Flyer as the caroling parade gets under way Friday night.
A bright-eyed caroler gets a magical hand shake from a white gloved Santa Claus as the caroling begins to roll down Main Ave.





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