The G.S. Long lighted truck entry was among the most colorful to participate in the annual parade Saturday night in Sunnyside.
Santa Claus arrived on an antique fire truck.
Sunnyside schools have their own ‘Rudolph.’
Miss Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo Queen Shania Weifenbach of White Salmon and horse Tucker were all lit up for the parade.
The Miss Sunnyside “Candyland” float was a popular entry in the parade on Edison Avenue.
The Grandview royal court dances on their float.
Taking selfies turned out to be a popular way to pass the time Saturday evening prior to the start of the annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
A harvest truck decked out in lights rolls down Edison Avenue.
Crafter Cheri Buchanan of Yakima was kept busy selling her craft items at the three-day Merry Making Bazaar.
A giant cardboard stocking was the carriage for Daniella Estudillo.
Adiella Rangel was dressed as a present for Friday’s Lighted Kids Parade.
Dani and Russell Gines prepare to ride their one-bicycle sleigh in the Kids Lighted Parade on Friday.
Without snow, Santa and Mrs. Claus got around Sunnyside over the weekend in a side-by-side.
Festival of Trees third-place winner Santa Meyers with grandson Noah Lara were among those admiring the more than 80 trees on display Saturday afternoon.
Volunteers made breakfast Saturday for patrons at the Methodist Church pancake feed.
Sunnyside Fire Department volunteers served chili, chili dogs and hot chocolate Saturday night downtown to help keep Lighted Farm Implement Parade-goers warm.