Annual Labor Day Parade – Frontline workers at Edwards Hospital will be the grand marshal at Naperville’s Labor Day parade. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at Naperville North High School and continues at Naperville Central High School/ Residents are invited to gather along the road and social distancing is suggested.
It’s all a part of Naperville’s “Last Fling” weekend, which culminates with a one-block celebration along Jackson Avenue, downtown, on Monday.
More than 120 entries have registered for the parade with the theme “Joy and Peace to the World.” It will embrace a musical showcase with 12 bands and drill groups.
This contains 5 marching bands, 5 flatbed bands, and one special drill group. Marching bands from St. Ambrose University, Rock Island High School, Moline High School, and Rockridge High School might be included.
Flatbed bands will embrace the Big River Brass Band, the John Mueller Band, Lyle Harris on acoustic guitar, the Sheltered Reality drum group, and Phyllis and One Shark.
The Black Hawk Pipes and Drums and the MetroSteppers from the Martin Luther King Center’s Metropolitan Youth Program even have returned to the parade line-up.
What is the History of Labor Day, Parade?
The first Rock Island Labor Day Parade was held in 1985 as a part of the town’s Sesquicentennial (a hundred and fiftieth birthday) celebration.
Over the previous 37 years, the parade has grown into a well-liked occasion that averages 120 entries and attracts 1000’s spectators.
Who will organize Labor Day, Parade?
ANS: Frontline workers from Edwards Hospital would be the grand marshals at Naperville’s Labor Day Parade.
What is the Annual Time and Date of Labor Day, Parade?
ANS: The thirty-seventh annual Rock Island Labor Day Parade will start at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 6.
Where is the location of Labor Day, Parade Organisation?
ANS: The parade will begin close to Washington Junior High School at 18th Avenue and 33rd Street. The route travels west alongside 18th Avenue, turns south at twenty-fourth Street, then west on twenty-fifth Avenue, and disbands into the Rock Island High School parking heaps. Several businesses alongside the route will provide food and drinks for parade spectators.