Santa makes three stops in Lambton County Saturday

File photo by Dave Dentinger, Blackburn News

Santa Claus will use his magic to attend three parades in Lambton County Saturday.

The jolly old elf is scheduled to spread holiday cheer in Corunna, Forest and Grand Bend.

The Jingle Bells Group has partnered with the West Coast Lions to host the first parade. Floats will travel down Main Street in Grand Bend at 6 p.m.

The second parade will see people line the streets in Forest. The parade route starts at Kimball Hall, and travels West on Townsend Line to Main Street, turning South on Main Street to King Street and West on King Street to the library. This year’s theme is Christmas on the Farm. The parade starts at 7 p.m. You can visit with Santa Claus after the parade at the Kineto Theatre.

Finally, the big guy will appear in Corunna. A lighted parade starts at Chris’ No Frills and travels North on Lyndock Street, ending at Beckwith Street. No Frills staff will be collecting non-perishable food items for Operation Christmas Tree and local food banks along the route. The Corunna parade starts at 6:30 p.m.

Sarnia’s parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 3rd.