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Sensory Friendly Santa Claus Parade Guide

Did you know that adding a quiet zone to your Santa Claus Parade will help children and adults alike enjoy the experience?  

In a few easy steps you can make your parade sensory-friendly covering:

  • Changes floats can make
  • What to tell people
  • How to prepare
  • What a quiet zone means
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