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Parade of Lights is set to return on Nov. 26 to kick off the holidays


The Rotary Club of Naperville, in partnership with the Downtown Naperville Alliance, will host the annual Parade of Lights beginning at 7PM on Fri., Nov. 26, 2021. The parade will be presented by IntentGen Financial Partners.

This popular holiday parade and annual tradition again will meander through the heart of city under the beautiful twinkling lights of downtown Naperville.

All ages of spectators will be welcomed to bundle up, line the streets and enjoy brightly illuminated floats as well as an evening of festivities when Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand to kick off the holiday season.

Immediately following the parade and until 9PM, Santa and Mrs. Claus will visit with kids inside the Naperville Nichols Public Library, located at 200 W. Jefferson Avenue.

For more information about sponsorships and participating in the 2021 Parade of Lights, a fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Naperville Charities, visit napervilleparadeoflights.com.

All net proceeds will go to Naperville area nonprofit organizations that support the community in meaningful ways by providing food, housing and job security; mental health awareness; victims of child and domestic abuse; and community programs for at-risk youth.

News release submitted by Jacque Clermont for the Rotary Club of Naperville.

2015 Parade of Lights collage features characters and community spirit for the holiday season. (PN File Photo)

PN Gallery of Photos from 2019 Parade of Lights

Previous memories and stories featuring the popular Parade of Lights


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