AUBURN, Mass. – The Auburn Fire Department wants to remind families that Santa Claus is making a last-minute tour of Auburn on Saturday before he delivers presents in a few days.
The Fire Department will be bringing Santa around town on a fire truck on Dec. 22, a tradition for kids and families. The Santa tour has been going on since 1954, said Fire Chief Stephen Coleman.
The tour starts at approximately 11 a.m. from the Drury Square Fire Station, wrapping up around 9 p.m. When the truck goes through the streets, Santa throws candy for the kids.
This link will bring you to the Santa tour route. Approximate times are listed next to some of the places or streets on the route. Coleman asks that residents be patient as this is all dependent upon traffic and times are subject to change.
Auburn Firefighters Night of Comedy
The Auburn Permanent Firefighters Association is presenting an All-Star Night of Comedy with four of Boston’s best comics at Mechanics Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4.
The show at 321 Main St., Worcester, is a 21-plus event, and it costs $15 for the general admission seating. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, call (508) 832-3351.