For 12 special days, the hands of the clock tick – don’t miss out on your chance to deliver your Christmas list directly to St. Nick!
Admission to the Santa House is free; but if you wish to give something back to a project in need, donations for enhancements at our parks are very appreciated, indeed.
The Blue Island Park District’s Santa House is a custom built Santa themed home on a mobile platform. The primary function of the Santa House is to provide accessibility to Santa Claus to the community at large. The house is large enough to accommodate Santa Claus, his staff of elves, and a family. The house is furnished with a waiting area with seating, coat hooks, Santa’s chair and a Christmas Tree. Even on the coldest days guests of the Santa House will have the comfort of fully insulated walls and proper heating.
Santa’s Blue Island Park Tour begins December 1st, 2017. Santa will begin visitations at 6 pm during each scheduled day. Santa will take his last visit at 8 pm.
Santa’s visits are open to the public. Children of ALL ages are welcome to visit Santa Claus on any of his visitations. Please see below for Santa’s schedule and park locations.
Santa will be available at each park from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm each day.
Santa Claus will kick-off his Blue Island Tour on November 2nd, 2017 at Blue Island’s Light Parade and Kringle Market. Santa will be available for pictures immediately after the light parade.
MetroSouth Pavilion, York Street and Western Avenue
When: Immediately following the light parade. The parade begins at 5:30pm.
1732 Vermont St. Blue Island, IL.
Monday, December 4th (6-8pm)
Tuesday, December 5th (6-8pm)
12325 S. Western Ave. Blue Island, IL.
Wednesday, December 6th (6-8pm)
Thursday, December 7th (6-8pm)
Friday, December 8th (6-8pm)
12804 S. Highland Ave. Blue Island, IL.
Saturday, December 9th (6-8pm)
Monday, December 11th (6-8pm)
Tuesday, December 12th (6-8pm)
John D. Rita Recreation Center
2805 W. 141st st. Blue Island, IL.
Saturday, December 23rd (6-8pm)
Hey Posen Residents! Santa will be making a quick detour from his Blue Island visits and into Posen on December 15th and 16th. Visit the city of Posen’s website for details.
All proceeds will benefit a local charitable organization. Visitations are always free to the public.