Days Until Toyland Parade - Saturday, December 1st, 11AM - 1PM · Rain or Shine
HELP KEEP THE PARADE A-FLOAT!
North Park Toyland Parade
PROUDLY PRESENTED BY NORTH PARK LIONS CLUB
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2019 | 11AM – 1PM
The North Park Toyland Parade has been revitalized by the North Park Main Street Business Improvement District with the help of the North Park Lions Club and local business owners. The parade begins at the Lions Club located at 3927 Utah Street and runs along University and ends at CVS on Iowa street, rain or shine. The event is free and fun for all ages.
Join one of San Diego’s most diverse neighborhoods to unwrap some holiday joy as the community comes together to put on a magical display of festive cheer! Come bright and early to warmly welcome local schools, joyful marching bands, historic vintage cars, creative floats made by groups all within San Diego, and last but not least, Santa in a fire truck!
After the parade festivities, take a photo with Santa under the North Park sign & make sure to stop by the North Park Christmas Tree Lot at The Observatory North Park parking lot (29th St. at North Park Way) from 10am to 8:30pm.
North Park Main Street gratefully thanks North Park Lions Club for their generous sponsorship of the parade this year! Kick off the Toyland Parade with performances by Euphoria Brass Band starting at 10:45am & close out the parade with Finnegan Blue! Parking will be available at the North Park Parking Garage on 29th St. for $1 from 6AM – 6PM.
Information Booth located at The North Park Lions Club Headquarters – 3927 Utah St, San Diego, CA 92104
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