Bangor Festival of Lights Parade Moves To Sunday
The Rotary Club of Bangor who are the hosts for the Festival of Lights Parade have decided to postpone the parade to Sunday.
So instead of Saturday the 3rd, it will be Sunday the 4th beginning at 4:30 pm
The decision was made due to the anticipated rain and high winds expected Saturday afternoon.
The City of Bangor's 'Holiday' tree is up and lit. It's a go
Who doesn't love a parade?
Rotary Club of Bangor hosts the holiday parade, as in the past and have all the info you need here.
The parade is now Sunday the 4th begins at 4:30 p.m. Beginning on Exchange Street moving down Harlow Street, Central Street and Main Street and will pass the reviewing stand at Davenport Park.
City of Bangor City Council’s Chair Rick Fournier said
The return of the Rotary Club Festival of Lights Parade will bring people back together in our downtown district where they will have countless opportunities for shopping, eating, viewing the lights, and snapping the perfect selfie to share on social media. We look forward to seeing everyone
The theme for the parade is Imagine.
Here is what to expect.
80 glittering units. That will be a lot of lights. Plus marching bands, both small and large floats, dancers and other performing groups.
Groups celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, New Years, Solstice, Kwanzaa, Winter. Anything and everything. Imagine.
Here's 2021's tree
And another look at this year's tree
Brighten your season and line the streets for this annual event on Sundday, rain or shine. But the forecast is Sunny but chilly.
here is the information about the Parade from The Rotary Club of Bangor