We have named it, 49.2 Helena Christmas Parade, which will be on 12/5/20. The theme will be A Masquerade Christmas. We will be honoring our First Responders as well as All Workers that have worked throughout the Corona Virus Pandemic. Lineup will be at 10:30 am with all floats to be in place for judging at 11:30 am. The parade is set to begin at 1:00 pm, but if all participants are in place, the parade may begin earlier than 1:00 pm, possibly 12:30 pm. Be sure to pack a bag to collect all of the candy that will be thrown. For additional line-up information, regarding the Announcer Sheet, please contact email@example.com
If you caught my last article on Caribbean restaurants, you got a sneak peak at some of Birmingham’s Latin gems. Hungry for more, I went to the Magic City Caribbean Food and Music Festival this past Saturday, where I got to eat even more Caribbean food! Check out the pictures I took of the parade: Continue reading “Shots from the Magic City Caribbean Food and Music Festival Parade at Linn Park (photo gallery)”
Being somewhat new to Birmingham, I find out interesting things about this city nearly daily. I bet YOU knew that Birmingham is the home of the country’s very first Veterans Day Parade.
Last Saturday, I attended the VIP Viewing Party hosted by Young Pioneers for the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Five Points South. It was held at 5 Point Public House – a prime viewing spot for the parade. I had a great time. See why.
What happens when two families come together to create a tradition? Neighbors spend an afternoon enjoying each other’s company on a gorgeous day! Crestwood North neighbors and friends gathered in the 5300 block of 7th Court S. on Sunday afternoon, February 26, for the annual Crestwood Mardi Gras Parade.