Uxbridge Thanks Our Troops

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Elgin Park, Uxbridge Ontario.

 

The parade will be forming up at the Uxbridge arena approx. 10:30 am. The parade route will be down Brock St. to Main St and then south to Elgin Park. The general public are welcome to join in the parade (at the back of the parade) and march into Elgin Park.


The line up at the arena area - the format is to line up on Center Street in front of the arena for the marching participants and the bands will line up on Brock Street.


You must be at the designated marshaling area no later than 10:00 am. The "Thanks our Troops parade will start at 10:30 Park/stand single file, lined up on the west side of Centre Street for units facing south toward Brock Street. Brock Street will line up the Bands for the Parade. Area for entry on to Center Street (the front of Center will be closed at 10am) units will have entry from out of the area parking lot onto Center Street and can have access from the top of the 6th Concession to Bolten Drive, Young Street or Johnathan Street, Ball Road.


Events at the park include entertainment, refreshments, military displays.

Purchase a red t-shirt and become part of a historic event as we form a “Living Support Ribbon” and say “Thank You” to our military.

Uxbridge Thanks Our Troops

Support the Living Ribbon Campaign

Tentative Schedule

10:30 – Parade starts at Uxbridge Arena

11:00  - Arrive at Elgin Park

12 noon – Greetings and Entertainment - Bandshell

14:00 – Forming the Living Ribbon

16:00 – Closing

All proceeds to Wounded Warriors Canada and their groundbreaking assistance with the PTSD issue

We are looking for local Uxbridge Business sponsorship to help with the parade or who would like to participate in the parade. Please click here

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Michael Landsberg
Our MC for the event