WILLIAMSBURG — The Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the 2021 Christmas Parade.
The parade, which was held on Sunday, Dec. 5, welcomed over 15,000 spectators, a new record for community
attendance and up 50 percent from the previous parade in 2019, according to the Chamber.
Illuminated for the first time ever, the parade featured floats and walking units that were judged in eight categories.
A panel of judges scored each entry based on overall creativity, participant enthusiasm, and adherence to the parade’s ‘Joy to the World’ theme.
The Chamber announced the winners on Tuesday, Dec. 14:
First Place: Life with Pigs Farm Animal Sanctuary
Second Place: Livestock Stables
Tied for First Place: Boy Scout Troop 103
Tied for First Place: Cub Scout Pack 100
Second Place: Virginia Regional Ballet
First Place: Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg
Second Place: Williamsburg Host Lions Club
First Place: Trader Joe’s
Second Place: Williams Landscape & Design
Tied for First Place: Paws of Honor
Tied for First Place: Child Development Resources
Second Place: Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast
First Place: Broadway Dance Arts
Second Place: World Class Gymnastics
First Place: Williamsburg Christian Academy
Second Place: The Salvation Army
First Place: Colonial Virginia Model T Club
Second Place: Williamsburg Rod and Custom
To learn more about all of the programs and events sponsored by the Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce, please visit its website.