Santa’s ‘sleigh’ coming to all corners of South Whidbey

Santa is bringing the Christmas cheer to neighborhoods on South Whidbey next week, but instead of traveling on his sleigh, he and his helpers will voyage on a fire engine.

A holiday tradition since 1995, the South Whidbey Fire/EMS crew and Santa will swing by various South Whidbey communities from Monday, Dec. 12 to Friday, Dec. 16. Each evening visit will be in a different South Whidbey location so all sides of the South End are covered. Listen for the music and sirens to see Santa’s “sleigh” in these neighborhoods starting at 6 p.m. each night:

Monday, December 12, Freeland/East Harbor: Maple Ridge Dr, Alliance Avenue, stop and park at Maple Ridge Retirement Center, Harbor Sands Lane, Ravenridge Drive, Beachwood Drive, East Harbor Road, Twin Oaks Lane, Teakwood Drive, Watkins Road, East Harbor Road, Main Street, stop and park at Payless Food Store parking lot.

Tuesday, December 13, Clinton: Storkson Drive, Bob Galbreath Road, Hansen Drive, Bob Galbreath Road, Gravel Way, Elsica Drive, Bob Galbreath Road, Foodmart parking lot, Cedar Vista Drive, Cedar Cove Lane, Shadowood Drive, Campbell Road, Tartan Way, Heather Drive, Wintergreen Drive, Timberline Road, Wintergreen Drive, Deer Lake Road, Haven Way/Lake Shore Drive, Brook Street, Robin Lane, Commercial Street, stop and park at Foodmart parking lot.

Wednesday, December 14, Bayview/Scatchet Head: Sun Vista Circle, Bayview Road, Homestead Avenue, Barnacle Lane, Blue Haven Way, Homestead Avenue, Illahee Lane, Sahalee Court, Chinook Drive, Mortland Drive, Blakely Avenue, Harper Street, Decatur Avenue, Casey Street, Guemes Avenue, San Juan Avenue, Hat Street, Blakely Avenue, Sandy Hook Drive, Scatchet View Drive, Cultus Bay Road, Possession Shores Road, Beachview Drive, Lovely Road, stop and park at Ken’s Corner parking lot in front of Armstong’s Taekwondo.

Thursday, December 15, Langley: Manchester Way, Camano Avenue, Sandy Point Road, Decker Avenue, Edgecliff Drive, Furman Street, Cedar Circle, Ridenour Street, Hodges Avenue, Herring Street, Cascade Avenue, Fourth Street, Anthes Avenue, Second Street, Cascade Avenue, De Bruyn Avenue, Third Street, Park Avenue, Sixth Street, Al Anderson Avenue, Suzanne Court, Gleason Lane, Brooks Hill Road, April Drive, Hi Crest Road, Mercer Drive, Lakeview Way, Island Way, Hi Crest Drive, stop and park in the Goose shopping center.

Friday, December 16, Freeland: Cameron Road, Vesel Court, Shoreview Avenue, Bercot Road, Honeymoon Bay Road, Chipshot Way, Antelope Drive, Spinnaker Drive, Honeymoon Bay Road, Reindeer Road, Honeymoon Bay Road, Sealawn Boulevard, Haines Road, Harbor Hills Drive, Manor Way, Freeland Ave, Holmes Harbor Mobile Home Court, Shoreview Drive, Stewart Drive, Lynne Drive, Vinton Avenue, Dorsey Drive, Stewart Drive, East Harbor Road, stop and park in Payless Food Store parking lot.

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