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!
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Hi folks – The Patriots Day Parade is coming up! Below are the tasks that need to be finished and details on marching.
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).
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.
They have them at the start and along the route.
MAP OF THE PARADE ROUTE:
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.