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Naperville’s Holiday Parade of Lights returns Nov. 26 with new hosts, after one-year hiatus

The Rotary Club of Naperville is partnering with the Downtown Naperville Alliance to host the Holiday Parade of Lights 2021.

Previously hosted by Little Friends, this annual event is back after the year was cut off due to the pandemic.

The parade will travel through the heart of downtown Naperville under the beautiful twinkling lights on Friday, November 26th at 7pm.

The Parade Route begins on Jackson Avenue and Mill Street, heads east to Webster Street, turns north on Webster to Van Buren Avenue, and ends at Naper Elementary School.

Parade goers enjoy an evening of festivities, brightly lit floats and Santa Claus appears.

Santa and Mrs. Clause complete the 2019 Holiday Lights Parade in downtown Naperville.
– Daily Herald file photo

Immediately after the parade, Santa and Mrs. Claus and children visit the Nichols Library at the Naperville Public Library, 200 W. Jefferson Ave., until 9:00 p.m.

Enjoy an evening of fun and celebrate this magical time of year with family, friends and neighbors!

The presenting sponsor is IntentGen Financial Planning in Naperville.

The Parade of Lights 2021 is a fundraiser by the Rotary Club of Naperville Charities.

All net proceeds go to nonprofits in the Naperville area who work in meaningful ways to help the community by providing:

• Food, housing and job security;

• Mental health awareness;

• victims of child abuse and domestic violence;

• Community programs for young people at risk.

More information is available at napervillerotaryparade.org.

The Rotary Club of Naperville has been part of Rotary International since 1941 to do good in the world through “service above oneself”. Members of the Rotary Club of Naperville make an impact on life by engaging in community service and raising funds to support local scholarships, local charities, and global humanitarian projects.

Rotary International brings together a global network of community leaders dedicated to addressing the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. It connects 1.2 million members from more than 35,000 Rotary clubs in almost every country in the world.

More information is available at NapervilleRotary.com, Rotary.org, and endpolio.org.

The Downtown Naperville Alliance is an organization dedicated to the economic vitality and quality of life in the Naperville Central Business District. DNA markets downtown Naperville and advocates for the more than 300 companies that operate there.

Visit DowntownNaperville.com.

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