For the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival
This home-grown parade has all the things a kid likes to see in a small-town New England community!
2009 features the Hillsboro-Deering High School band and the Shriners’ Bektesh Temple Band . Bands will stage on North Main Street near the intersection of North Main Street, Elm Street and Rt. 31/Clinton Rd. Busses can enter via Goodell Rd., and park at intersection of North Main Street and Goodell Rd. Bus pick up at the Goodell Mill parking lot, at the bottom of the hill.
Nina Harding, a longtime resident of Antrim and tireless volunteer for the Antrim Historical Society, Antrim Players, First Presbyterian Church and many other organizations, will be honored this year.
Local organizations and businesses create fun and whimsical home-made floats Your organization is welcome to participate, but floats must be family-oriented. Candy tossing is encouraged! Floats should enter from 202 on to Elm Street facing Rt. 31.
Fire Trucks: Antrim and surrounding communities roll their hardware to the wonder of all the boys & girls. Fire departments should stage on Rt. 31, northwest of the intersection of North Main, & Elm Street.
Toots and brief sirens are OK; please avoid sustained sirens.
Skateboarders: Participants in the Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championships will also be participating. Just before the parade, they will do the Pirate Run at 11:15 as they go down to the parade route, in honor of National Talk Like a Pirate Day, then join the parade route.
Old Cars – Classic car owners are encouraged to participate. Organize with the fire trucks on Rt. 31, north of North Main Street.
Vendors—Parade vendors should contact Donna Lyons for more information, 588-3047.
FOR PARADE DETAILS, CONTACT TED BROWN, 603-588-2886