Ann Arbor Jaycees host annual Fourth of July Parade

 

On Thursday (July 4), the Ann Arbor Jaycees will host the Fourth of July Parade for the 29th year. The event will take place downtown from 10 a.m. to noon. This year’s Grand Marshal will be the Buddy to Buddy Program Veteran Volunteers.

There will be a bike decorating contest and the Jaycees anticipate having 75 plus groups in the parade which typically brings over 5,000 attendees to watch.

NOTE: The route will be different this year because of summer construction. The Parade will start at Liberty and State Street, head North on State, West on Washington to Main, South on Main to Liberty, East on Liberty.

For more information

Additional information can be found at a2jaycees.org.

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