We're "Thinking Summer" at the Parade of Lights

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We're "Thinking Summer" at the Parade of Lights
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We're "Thinking Summer" at the Parade of Lights

Join Summer Place as we march in the Naperville Little Friends Holiday Parade of Lights on Saturday, December 2, at 6:00pm. We're showing off the new logo and passing out cards with this year's schedule on them to get Naperville thinking about warmer weather. 

Please think summer and layer Hawaiian shirts, shorts, sun dresses, sun hats, etc over warm sweats or long johns. Health and safety first, of course, so keep an eye on the weather and don’t under dress in the interests of being authentic—no method acting required for this performance. Also, we meet at 6pm and don’t step off until 7, so you may choose to bundle up until then! We need lots of walkers to show Naperville just how big a deal we are. The more, the merrier! Bonus: hot chocolate and cookies at the Gingold house after. Signup here.

Summer Place Theatre's entry is Orange 9, so find us in the Centennial Beach parking lot near the end of the orange line. Look for the orange Honda Fit with Summer Place’s **new logo**!

We will have some light-up accessories, but if you have fun necklaces or earrings that twinkle and flash, please bring them! Additionally, if you don’t tell us you’re coming, we may not have enough to go around, so please RSVP.

Ho-Ho-Hope to see you at the parade!

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