Summer Parade Guide {2019}

summer parade guide

Enjoy Northeast Wisconsin with family and friends this summer!


From the drumbeats to the sparkly floats to the tiny Pomeranian driving a truck, it’s hard to find something not to like about a good summer parade. Whether it is to honor veterans or to celebrate cheese, Northeast Wisconsin boasts a number of summer parades that are sure to delight your whole family.

2019 Summer Parade Guide:

May

Memorial Day Parades

  • Omro
  • Menasha
    • Monday, May 31, 2021
    • Parade begins on Milwaukee Street in Menasha, then to Main Street, to Tayco Street, to North Commercial Street, to Wisconsin Avenue, and lastly onto Main Street in Neenah

June

Big Cheese Parade (CheeseFest) Downtown Little Chute: Saturday, June 1 at 10:30 am (Main Street from Sanitorium to Grand)

Brillion Optimist Electric Parade – Downtown Brillion: Friday, June 7 at 9 pm

Flag Day Parade Downtown Appleton: Saturday, June 8 at 2 pm * The Largest Flag Day Parade in the US! *

Father’s Day Parade Downtown Chilton:

July

Parade of Lights Riverside Park in Neenah: Wednesday, July 3 at dusk

July 4th Parade Downtown Hilbert: Thursday, July 4 at 11 am
Over 100 unit parade down Main Street starting at 11am. Food and drink are available at Civic Park beginning at 10am and then after the parade.

July 4th Parade – Egg Harbor: Thursday, July 4 at 1:30pm
Harbor View Park to Downtown

Saw Dust Days Parade Oshkosh: Tuesday, July 4 at 9 am

Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Picnic & ParadeDowntown Stockbridge: Sunday, July  21 at 11 am

Children’s Parade Downtown Appleton: Wednesday, July 25 at 6 pm
Non-motorized parade travels from Houdini Plaza on downtown College Avenue and end with a reception for families at City Park

August

World’s Largest Hamburger Parade Downtown Seymour: Saturday, August 12 at 11 am

Shiocton-Bovina Firemans Festival – Shiocton, Hwy 76: Saturday, August 12 at 11 am

Town Parade & Bike Raffle – Greenville: Saturday, August 24

Waiting for More Information

  • Oshkosh Memorial Day Parade

Canceled for 2021

  • Memorial Day Parade/Celebrate De Pere

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1 thought on “Summer Parade Guide {2019}”

  1. Samantha S Frye

    Annual Eden Fire Department Parade and picnic is at noon on August 4th – my kids had so much fun there last year!

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