Orion Area Parade Group
Our 2017 Orion Lighted Parade is Saturday, December 2nd at 6 p.m. in downtown Lake Orion!
Since 1989, the downtown streets of the Village of Lake Orion, Michigan have glowed with festive holiday lights the first Saturday of December. The Orion Lighted Parade has become a tradition for this community in northern Oakland County.
The parade boasts over 75 entries each year, from civic organizations, dance studios, scouting troops, local dignitaries, marching bands, school groups and more. The event is capped off with a special visit by Santa himself, much to the joy of the young and old in the crowd lining the village streets.
To find out more about our fundraising activities for the parade,visit our Holly Jolly Folly page.
After the Parade:
& Mrs. Claus
at the Village Hall!
Stop by for
Santa and tell him
what you want for
Download our Participant Application & Instructions packet.
Submit your entry no later than Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 7:30 pm.
Attend our mandatory drivers' meeting. The Meetings are Tuesday, November 28th or Thursday, November 30th at 7 p.m. in the James Ingram Room at the Orion Township Library. The Library is located at 825 Joslyn Road in Orion Township.
Best Theme Depiction
Golling Buick GMC/ Michigan Widetrackers in Lake Orion
Woodside Bible Church
Best Commercial Business
Center Stage Dance Company
Oxford Fire Department
Most Uniquely Illuminated
Lapeer High School Marching Band
Citizen of the Year
JoAnn Van Tassel