Birmingham Hometown Parade 2017 – Parade info and parade route info. The City of Birmingham, Michigan will host the annual Birmingham Hometown
Parade on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 1p in Downtown Birmingham and their inviting members of Birmingham and the Metro Detroit Community to join in the celebration!
In addition to the parade, the Birmingham Hometown Parade will feature children’s activities, live entertainment and food inside Shain Park immediately following the parade.
The Birmingham Hometown Parade 2017 is a celebration of the Birmingham community and schools. Participation offers an opportunity for businesses, organizations, individuals, schools and groups to promote themselves to the community. People of all ages come to town to celebrate and enjoy the family-fun festivities. The half-mile parade route travels through the charming downtown with many shops and restaurants.
Birmingham residents and non-residents alike are invited to participate in the parade. This is open to school groups, school marching bands, boy scouts, girl scouts, sports clubs, veterans and other organizations. You can register to participate in the parade by visiting www.bhamgov.org/parade. A letter of confirmation with the applicant’s parade position will be mailed the second week of May.
For more information, to view the parade route map, or to sign up to volunteer for the parade, visit www.bhamgov.org/parade or call 248-530-1880.
This page is intended to be used as a guide. Oakland County Moms does not endorse these events. Oakland County Moms is not responsible for changes to event descriptions, event times or details being altered without notice or cancellations.
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Birmingham Hometown Parade Photo Credit – Carroll DeWeese (with permission from enjoybirmingham.com)