The families in the Spanish Immersion Program from Vallejo Mill, Blacow and Grimmer will be marching in the
Niles Festival of Lights Parade!
Watch for the lit up red Ranchero playing Salsa and Cumbia tunes leading the families wearing red with Santa hats & ruffled sleeves.
The Niles Festival of Lights and Parade, which for many Fremont residents signals the start of the holiday season is being held:
Friday, November 25, 2016 | 6-9 pm
Tree Lighting is at 6 pm
DJ Alex Reyes Entertainment is providing live sound for this event.
20,000 people line Niles Blvd, rocking 60+ floats, Mexican horses, giant balloons, old cars, sleds, antique tractors and fire engines, bikers, The Tap Dancing Christmas Trees, Snoopy and even 20 members of the 501st Legion of Stormtroopers (Star Wars) and Santa.
The “Train Of Lights” also lights up the Niles night – a decorated 14-car steam train, glowing in the dark, and rolling away with 500 passengers on a ride through Niles Canyon, a sight to see.
Stores and restaurants in the area will be open for business, and there will be a lot of dressed up characters and fun things to do for children.
See you at the Parade!