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Patriot's Day Parade: March for the Farm!

Would you like to show all of Lexington just how many people care about a community farm? Here’s your chance–and a vital opportunity to demonstrate that farms matter. You don’t have to live in Lexington to march; you just need to show up!

Show just how many people care about farms in Lexington! Click here and fill out the form to sign up.

You don't need to dress like this... 🙂

*UPDATE*

Hi folks – The Patriots Day Parade is coming up!  Below are the tasks that need to be finished and details on marching.

**Marching details**

PARKING:
There is no parking at the parade start; participants can take a shuttle from the High School or be dropped off at the Pleasant Street Rotary (Marret Rd – Follen Rd – Pleasant St. Rotary).

TIMING:
The first shuttle leaves the High School at 11:45 am; the last shuttle leaves at 1:30 pm.
Units may begin checking in at 11:45 pm. All units must be checked in by 1:15 and in place by 1:30.  The Parade starts *promptly* at 2.  I’ll be getting there around 12:30 with various puppets in tow.

BATHROOMS:
They have them at the start and along the route.

MAP OF THE PARADE ROUTE:

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Out of town on Patriot’s Day? You can still help! Make giant puppets: Staple Tyvek, sew, or paint giant vegetables! Come to an East Lexington garage from 2-6 pm on Sunday, March 28 to make the biggest tomato, carrot, pea, beet or ear of corn of your life–or flowers! Or bees! Children are welcome with adult supervision. E-mail Meg Muckenhoupt at megmuck at gmail dot com to RSVP with your choice of vegetable.