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Families and their dogs are invited to wear costumes and join in the costume parade from City Hall Plaza to Howard Station Park.
After the parade, children are welcome to trick-or-treat at participating Downtown businesses. Awards will be given out for the best costumes at Howard Station Park.
The annual Brookside St. Pat's Warm-Up Parade is a family-oriented event with more than 100 entries of vehicles, animals, floats, musical groups, and clowns.
The streets of Brookside fill up quickly as the thousands of people gather to watch the parade in the 6500 block of Wornall Road.
Whether you want to watch the parade with your family, volunteer to assist, or be in the parade itself, you’re invited to participate.
O’Fallon’s Independence Day parade is one of the largest and most colorful in the area. The parade draws a crowd of thousands proudly dressed in red, white and blue, and cheering for the patriotic parade entries vying for cash prizes and trophies.
O’Fallon’s Heritage and Freedom Fest Parade officially kicks off the City’s Independence Day celebration at 9:30 a.m. on July 4th. The parade route starts at the corner of Main and Third Streets, continuing north on Main Street to Tom Ginnever Avenue , where it turns east, ending at T.R. Hughes Boulevard near the entrance to the festival grounds.
Spectators are encouraged to arrive early to avoid traffic closures and find a spot along the route.
Join the fun as we pay tribute to the rodeo's royalty, cowgirls, cowboys and clowns. The parade route follows the tree-lined streets of Sikeston's Historic Home District (N. Kingshighway), to the Sikeston Depot Museum and Gallery.
Shop downtown Sikeston, and enjoy the Cowboy Up! Arts Festival, offering pony rides, music, crafts and concessions.
An old-fashioned parade on the Bagnell Dam Strip: floats; marching bands; candy and goodies for the young and the young at heart. Don’t forget to wear your green.
Many restaurants along the strip offer specials, and corned beef and cabbage feasts.
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