The Harrison Fest 2016 Parade doesn't just appear out of the air. The organization of the Parade takes a lot of planning. Besides Marching Bands, Civic Organizations, Elected Official & Dignitaries, School Groups, Cheerleaders, the Family of the Year, the Veteran of the Year, etc., you need floats. What's a Parade without floats. So, we want to thank the sponsors of our floats, Thomas Banker (Miss United Nations Queens Float), Pharmacy Plus & Surgical Supplies (Harrison Schools Float), Berto Construction (Family of the Year Float), Vermela Harrison & Pearlman & Miranda Attorney/Businesses, Heyer, Gruel & Associates, Party Horizons, Banielle Inc. (Veteran of the Year Float). Kushner Real Estate Group (Reviewing Stand/Main Stage). Here are some pictures of the floats which took part in the Parade. Thank you Sponsors for your assistance. Click on the pictures below to enlarge them.
Viewing entries tagged
Harrison 175th Anniversary Parade Route along Harrison Avenue depicted in Orange. Sections of Streets Highlighted in Red will be closed on Saturday and Sunday during the Street Festival. Joseph Supor Boulevard depicted in Blue will be closed temporarily for Parade Assembly between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to allow for the assembly of the parade and for it's kickoff. Once the Parade kicks off Harrison avenue at Franklin Avenue will be shut down to allow for the Parade to go down Harrison Avenue. Once the last participant goes past Davis Avenue on Harrison Avenue, Harrison Avenue will be closed at Davis Avenue and traffic must make a right onto Davis Avenue. Harrison Avenue between Franklin Avenue and Davis Avenue will be re-open and remain open during the Street Festival.
Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard will remain open to vehicular traffic with a Police Officer officer insuring that both drivers and pedestrian obey the traffic signal and police officer directions. The intersection of Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard and Harrison Avenue may close for extended periods of time once the Harrison 175th Anniversary Parade kicks off at 12 noon.
The above map is courtesy of Google Maps and has been edited to add the colors. All rights reserved by Google. We just couldn't figure out how to embed the Google map while providing the color guide so we copied the Google Map image and did some some Photoshop editing.