Northville Holiday Lighted Parade

Northville Holiday Lighted Parade

The Annual Northville Hometown Holiday is a festive community celebration that kicks off the holiday season. The season begins near middle November with the Holiday Lighted parade followed by the ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree in Town Square. Continue the weekend in Town Square as it fills with holiday spirit and smells of the Greens Market.
Holiday Lighted Parade
Join the thousands of parade goers as the holiday season officially kicks off with the Holiday Lighted Parade. Bands, dancers, float and of course, Santa, make this annual favorite a great family tradition!
Parade begins at 6:30pm and will be followed by the official lighting of the tree and a chance to talk with Santa. Local churches will have hot chocolate and a family photo station available for parade goes.

Parade Route
The Holiday Lighted Parade will begin and end at the Community Center/Board of Education Parking Lot, located behind those buildings off Cady Street. Parade line up begins at 5:45pm, with the parade beginning at 6:30pm.
The parade will exit the Community Center parking lot onto Cady, Cady Street EAST to Wing Street. It will turn NORTH on Wing Street and proceed to Main Street. It will turn WEST on Main Street to Linden, NORTH on Linden to Dunlap, EAST on Dunlap to Hutton, SOUTH on Hutton to Main, WEST on Main to Center, SOUTH on Center to Cady, and WEST on Cady to return to the Community Center lot.
Congested areas have typically been: Main and Wing, E. Main around the clock island and Main/Center.