Lighted Christmas Parade

Here is a list of your daily activities for the Parade. 


Where to have breakfast?  Try Ruslters in Lynden.  They serve the original Pannenkoeken Dutch pancake back from the Old Dutch Mothers restaurant.  

 Lynden’s Lighted Parade
Lynden’s 21st annual holiday celebration begins at 6:00 p.m. on the first Saturday of December with the beloved Lighted Christmas Parade. This event captures the ultimate charm of a farming community and honors Lynden’s Dutch roots. John Deere tractors, farm equipment, milk trucks, fire trucks, and antique cars are wrapped in Christmas lights and joyfully paraded through town as onlookers clap and cheer. The procession starts at Fairway Center and travels along Front Street throughout downtown Lynden.

Visitors should bundle up in warm clothes and bring their hot cocoa and lawn chairs! In addition, don’t forget to take a tour of unique light displays and decorated storefronts throughout the city during Lynden in Lights; illuminated designs including Nativity sets, Dutch children, poinsettias, and windmills shine brightly throughout the holiday season for all to see.

Here is a list where you can find some of the illuminated designs around Lynden. Starting at the cemetery is a dazzling display of poinsettias,  at Bender Fields, you will find two displays, another one at the Chamber in Downtown, and of course the tulips lined on Front, 

For more information on Lynden check out our Local Guide, and be sure to enjoy your day before you head back north to your cozy getaway at the Oostema Farmstead. We will keep the light on for you.

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