Labor Day Parade

Monday, September 3, 2018
Parade starts at noon
Main Street, Youngstown

We are pleased to announce the that Village of Youngstown’s 2018 Labor Day Parade will be held
on September 3rd starting at noon. The parade has been a local tradition for over 100 years.
It is a celebration of our community: of labor, of local history, of our waterfront heritage,
of our rich and varied agriculture, of commerce and of our families.

The public is invited to view the parade all along Main Street.
We also extend an invitation to all past parade participants to join us again
and encourage area groups and residents to share in the celebration
as marchers or as audience along the route. 

   The Youngstown Labor Day Parade is a celebration of Youngstown, NY,
American heroes, labor, small business, ingenuity, community and family.
Although we appreciate and respect individual beliefs, this parade is not a venue
to express any specific political, or social ideology stemming from a cohesive set of beliefs
that form a general philosophy about the government, or specific cause that doesn’t
have anything to do with the mission of our parade which is stated above.
YLP Organizers have the right to accept or refuse applicants and if you are
applying for this parade you will abide by the YLP Organizers’ final decision
without protest, or prejudice. By submitting an application you are agreeing to this policy.

We want everyone to join in the fun! Register your family float or marching unit. 

Fillable Application

(and feel free to email it back to us at labordayparade@youngstownnewyork.us)

For Parade Participants:
Please be sure to check your line up number on the website announced September 1.
Line up at Fort Niagara opens at 10:30 a.m.
Organizers will assist and line up lists will be posted at toll booths as well.
Be sure to bring water for marchers.
For all parade participants, we are happy to announce that the law firm of Maxwell Murphy is again sponsoring a party at the Riverview Parking Lot, 445 Main Street Youngstown right after the parade.

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