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Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial Parade Ready to Step off Saturday

With over 160 units, It's being touted as the biggest parade in the city's history.

 

Mayor Don Robart and Bicentennial Chairman Jeff Iula invite one and all to the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial Parade taking place on Saturday, Aug. 11 with over 160 units participating, according to cityofcf.com.  

The Parade will step off at 10 a.m. on Portage Trail near B, traveling 1.4 miles and ending at Front Street and Oakwood Boulevard. 



The Reviewing Stand will be located in front of City Hall at 2310 Second Street where well-known radio personality, Ray Horner of WAKR, will announce everyone’s arrival.  

“The City’s Bicentennial Parade will be the largest on record and we want the public’s involvement by voting for a ‘People’s Choice’.” said Robart in a prepared statement. 

Bring your cell phones to the parade and text your vote for your favorite entry to 330.510.1511 and enter the unit number. Unit numbers will be clearly displayed on both sides of each unit.  

Phone lines will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be announced at 5 p.m., during the Crooked River Summerfest at the

Are you going or participating in the parade? We want to see your photos! You can upload them to our Pics & Clips gallery or add them to Sunday's coverage.

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