May 19 – Birmingham Hometown Parade

May 19 – Birmingham Hometown Parade

Birmingham, MI- The Celebrate Birmingham Hometown Parade, presented by Bank of Ann Arbor, will march into town on Sunday, May 19 at 1 p.m. Preparations are underway for an exciting parade event. The community is invited to participate by marching in the parade, volunteering, or being a spectator.

March

Civic organizations, community groups, local businesses, clubs, associations, dance teams, scout troops, children and adults of all ages are cordially invited to march in the parade. Build a float, ride a bike, drive a car, dance in the street, march in a group of two or 200, and be creative! Download the Parade Participant Registration form at www.bhamgov.org/parade.

Volunteer

Each year hundreds of volunteers donate their time and talent to make Birmingham a great place to live, work and play. These admirable individuals will be honored during this year’s Celebrate Birmingham Hometown Parade, themed Hats Off to Volunteers. Volunteer for this year’s parade event by completing the Volunteer Registration Form at www.bhamgov.org/parade.

Brand new this year, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office will bring their Re-CYCLE for Kids program to the Celebrate Birmingham Hometown Parade and Party in Shain Park. The program collects and refurbishes used bicycles and makes them available for kids and adults in need. The community is encouraged to drop off bikes throughout the entire parade weekend at the Re-CYCLE for Kids truck that will be stationed on Henrietta near Shain Park.

Party in Shain Park

Following the parade, stay and play at the Party in Shain Park, presented by Wells Fargo Advisors, with entertainment, food, inflatables courtesy of Oakland County Parks, balloons, face painting, giveaways, and the Wells Fargo Stagecoach.

Learn more about the parade at www.bhamgov.org/parade.

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