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Canyon Lake Noon Lions Christmas Parade Returns Saturday

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Canyon Lake Noon Lions Christmas Parade Returns Saturday

Canyon Lake's Noon Lions Club Parade returns Saturday. It was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Comal County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Eddy Luna, who lost his arm after being shot in the line of duty on Aug. 20, 2020, is the grand marshal of the Canyon Lake Noon Lions Christmas Parade, which starts at 11 a.m. Saturday and runs along FM 2673 in Sattler/Canyon Lake.

Debbie England, administrator of the enormously popular Everything Canyon Lake, Texas Facebook page, will serve as guest announcer.

Noon Lions Club’s Diane Schaule, who will drive Luna in her neighbor’s Thunderbird,  said the group’s expecting a heavy turnout and as many as 70 floats.

“It means a time for a family, a time to get out and enjoy themselves,” she said. “…(people) are anxious to get out of their homes and return to some sort of normal. It is so wonderful to see the looks on the kids’ faces.”

Drivers should expect road closures from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Law enforcement will close FM 2673 for a mile between the new King Feed Store (formerly Kanz) and Copper Canyon Plaza. Floats and parade participants will stage on Sattler Road.

The reviewing stand will be located in the vacant field — and future home of a Lowe’s grocery store — on FM 2673.

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