Nov. 17 – Jan 2
Clermont Enchanted Tree Forest 

The Enchanting Tree Forest is open Nov. 19 and runs through Jan. 2 for viewing. There are 50+ trees decorated by local organizations and businesses setup to view at Victory Pointe. you can walk on the trail to view, or park at the Clermont Boat House and walk over to Victory Pointe. check out the trees in the day and nighttime to get the full effect! 

Nov. 17 – Jan 5: Letters To Santa 

Mail your Letters to Santa

Stop by Santa’s mailbox at the Enchanted Tree Forest at Victory Pointe! Mail off your letter to Santa and Santa will write you back. Make sure you include your return mailing address. No stamps necessary – The North Pole doesn’t require stamps. 

First Friday – Kiwanis Club of Clermont Light Up Center Lake (December 1) 

Kiwanis Club of Clermont sponsors “Light Up Center Lake”. Each year, club members place the light display around Center Lake. Center Lake is located off Hwy 50, between West and 8th streets. Take a leisurely walk around the lakefront and enjoy the show each evening during the holidays. 

FIRST FRIDAY, December 1 (around 6 pm) 

Annual Tree Lighting – Downtown Clermont 

Join us downtown for our annual tree lighting at City Hall Park and Downtown Clermont! There will be live music, food trucks, DJ, music, carolers, photo opportunity with Santa and Mrs. Claus (provided by Kiwanis Club of South Lake) and more! This is one of Clermont’s most popular traditions! 

Dec 2 – Clermont Hometown Parade

Just as the title describes, the Clermont Hometown Parade is a parade that will go through Downtown Clermont! It starts at 10 am from Waterfront Park and winds its way through downtown Clermont making a loop. There will be floats, bands, and many local groups attending the Hometown Parade.

Saturday, Dec 2
Boat Parade – Lake Minnehaha/Lake Minneola

Boats participating in the Annual Christmas Light Up Boat Parade will all join together in Lake Minnehaha in the lake on the northwest side. This is the area out in front of Cypress Cove. The light parade will begin at dusk. Look for a large barge-type boat with a flashing light. this is where we will be collecting, new unused toys and items for Santa’s Shack in South Lake County. The items collected will stay here locally and be given to families locally. 

Dec. 8 – Cookies and Cocoa 

Cookies and Cocoa, at participating local downtown Clermont businesses. Stop by the stores for treats and visit some of the great locations Clermont has to offer. There will also be Community Acts performing at City Hall Park. 

For additional information, visit CLERMONT


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