(Michigan City, IN) - Santa Claus is going to be ushered into Michigan City tomorrow. The Snowflake Parade is returning to normal this year after units were stationary for people to drive by last year because of COVID-19.
About 30 units, including Santa Claus waving to the crowd from the top of a fire truck, are expected to be in the parade on Franklin St. from 9th street to the public library.
Special Events Coordinator Terry Greetham said the parade would start at 4 p.m.
“It’s certainly going to be a great way to kick off the holidays and, of course, bring Santa Claus in. We’re really excited. It looks like the weather is going to be nice,” he said.
The lights throughout much of Washington Park will also be turned on for the season following the parade. In addition, other festivities, such as a Chili Cook-Off, will occur inside the Senior Center at Washington Park.