Sponsored by the Canyon Lake Yacht Club, the 38th Annual Parade of Lights featured an array of colorfully lit and decorated boats cruising the waterways on Saturday evening.
Led by the Yacht Club’s iconic fire-breathing dragon, boats paraded through the East Bay and around the main lake, bringing holiday cheer to those viewing the parade from waterfront homes and beaches.
The Yacht Club steamed the event live on their Facebook page to provide a safe viewing experience for residents who wanted to watch the parade from their homes. The club’s official video with aerial and land-based coverage of all the entries will be available for viewing next week.
The Yacht Club will be presenting awards for the best-decorated boats. The boats were judged by a group of volunteers, led by Karen Bevans.
The winners are as follows:
“Other winning boat owners will be notified by December 19,” said Yacht Club Vice Commodore Ron Wilbur.
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