The opening ceremony of the parade will begin at 9 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park (700 Veterans Hwy.) on Veterans Highway. The parade will continue along Trenton Road and end at Twin Oaks Park (Trenton & Woodbourne Roads).
Star-Spangled Fun for Families:
Dress up the kids and pets and celebrate America's birthday with the entire community. Kids and pets that need a shorter walk will be able to join the parade at the Middletown Community Center on Trenton Road.
Families can dress up their pets in costumes and march in the parade. Pet handlers must be at least 10 years old to participate or be accompanied by an adult. Register to participate online or by mail.
Streamin' Strollers and Patriotic Pedalers
Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs, bikes, trikes, unicycles (any non-motorized wheeled vehicle) may be decorated and join the parade. Children younger than 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Register to participate online or by mail.
There is also still time to sign up your organization, business, church, neighborhood or group to march in the parade. Contact the Parks & Recreation Department to register your group by calling 215-750-3890 or e-mail Paul Kopera at email@example.com.