The parade will begin at 7 p.m. at the corner of Eucalyptus Avenue and Peyton Drive, Chino Hills
Visit chinohills.org for a map of the parade.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. boats will begin to line up at Eucalyptus Avenue near Community Park. Parade-goers are welcome to look at the boats before the parade starts.
Catch Ayala and Chino Hills High School choir students spread the holiday cheer with traditional Christmas carol tunes.
Between the James S. Thalman library and the Civic Center Chino Valley Unified Key Club students will have snacks.
This year a table will be set up for those interested in filling out sympathy cards for the victims of the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
A few hundred sympathy cards have been donated for those will to send a personal message. A banner will also be there too for those willing to write a message.
About 65 boats will be participating in tonight's hour-long parade.
After the parade the public is welcome to look at the boats, that will be docked at the Chino Hills Community Church's parking lot.
Award trophies will be given out to the best boat, best light, most patriotic, best humor/originality and the Mayor's award.