Lighted Christmas Parade starts at 6 p.m.
Bring your vehicle and light it up for the holidays on Saturday.
Orland's Lighted Christmas Parade starts at 6 p.m. behind the fire station on Fifth Street.
Parade organizer Dennis Hoffman said anyone with a decorated vehicle is welcome to participate, and there is no entry fee.
Hoffman said he could not predict how many entries will come, but the parade usually takes about an hour.
Its route runs south on Fifth Street to Railroad Avenue then West on South Street to Eighth Street, he said.
From there, it runs north to Tehama Street and east on Woodward Avenue to South Street and then west up Yolo Street past the Glenn County Fairgrounds. It ends on Fairview Street at the school parking lot or at the WestHaven facility, Hoffman added.
Police Chief J.C. Tolle will lead the parade while Santa and Mrs. Claus will ride on Orland's old fire truck along with city officials somewhere in the middle of the parade, he said.
Sheriff Larry Jones and other area fire departments have been invited to come to the parade as well, Hoffman said. "We want to get everybody involved."
Parade entries have included house boats on trailers and flat bed trucks along with vintage cars, pickups and other vehicles, he said.
Hoffman, aka Santa Claus, said he and Mrs. Claus are available to schools, groups, businesses and organizations interested in having them appear at a event.
The Rent-a-Santa Program benefits the Orland Area Chamber of Commerce, he said, as donations go to the chamber.
"Whether it is 10 bucks or 50 bucks, it all helps the chamber," Hoffman said, noting one year appearances brought in $1,000.
The parade line up starts at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, call 865-9759 or the chamber office at 865-2311.