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Celebrate Birmingham parade Sunday at 1 p.m.

The Celebrate Birmingham Hometown Parade will come marching through downtown Birmingham this Sunday, May 19, beginning at 1 p.m., with a party following it at Shain Park until 4 p.m.


The parade features lots of local businesses, civic groups and organizers to celebrate all that is wonderful about Birmingham. The parade will begin near Booth Park and travel south along N. Old Woodward Avenue, west along Maple Road, and finally turn south along Bates Street, ending at Birmingham's Shain Park. Be sure to find a spot along the route to enjoy the parade, which will feature public safety vehicles, unicyclists from the Redford Township Unicycle Club, Baldwin Public Library, local businesses, and many others.


Following the parade, everyone is invited to party in Shain Park, presented by Bloom Pediatrics and Bank of Ann Arbor. There will be lots of free activities, including face painting, mini train rides, a bounce house, crafts and entertainment, all until 4 p.m.


A hot dog stand and ice cream truck will have items available for purchase during the event.


Visitors are encouraged to park free of charge at the municipal parking structures located at 333 North Old Woodward Avenue, 180 South Chester Street or 333 Pierce Street. For more information on parking, visit bhamgov.org/parking. All parking is free of charge on Sundays.

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