Santa will be making his journey “Around the Town” on Sunday, Dec. 13, instead of Saturday.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake drive-by Christmas parade had to be moved due to a forecast calling for rain, the town announced Friday afternoon.
Residents can still expect Santa to visit all five NOTL communities beginning at 9:30 a.m., starting in Glendale and finishing in Virgil.
The town’s Facebook page will track his route through town so residents will know when to expect their St. Nick sighting.
The jolly old fellow won't be able to hit every street but a map of his route is available online at notl.com/Christmas.
The town asks that residents stay within their community and, if you need to drive to get to the nearest route, avoid gathering by waving to Santa from within your vehicle.
“Thank you to the Christmas parade committee members for thinking outside the box this year to keep the Christmas spirit alive in Niagara-on-the-Lake,” said Lord Mayor Betty Disero.
“We are thrilled to have Santa travel around the town giving our residents a special personal holiday greeting!”
The town thanked Sentineal Carriages for donating Santa’s sleigh.