Lots of Family Fun to Be Had at the 25th Montclair African-American Heritage Parade and Festival

Montclair African-American Heritage Parade and Festival

The 25th Annual Montclair African American Heritage Parade and Festival will kick off this Saturday, June 7, at 10:30 am in Glenfield Park.

The annual parade serves as a celebration of our community’s African American culture, arts, talent, and pride. And it offer so much fin for families. New this year will be kid’s activities all along Elm Street, such as a petting zoo, stilt walkers, a balloonist, horse riders and more!

The Parade starts at 10:30 am at Glenfield Park (Maple Avenue) – Bloomfield Avenue – Elm Street – Orange Road – Back of South End Parking Lot – Cedar Avenue, where it ends at Nishuane Park for the Festival.

Montclair African-American Heritage Parade and Festival

The festival runs from 12 pm – 6 pm at Nishuane Park on Cedar Avenue and High Street. You’ll enjoy live entertainment, family activities, food, and more in the wonderful community event.

Montclair African-American Heritage Parade and Festival
Who:
 All ages
What: 25th Annual Montclair parade celebrating African-American Heritage and festival in Nishuane Park.
Where: The Parade  begins at Glenfield Park (Maple Avenue) – Bloomfield Avenue – Elm Street – Orange Road – Back of South End Parking Lot – Cedar Avenue, where it ends at Nishuane Park for the Festival.
When: Saturday, June 7 from 10:30 am – 6 pm
Cost: Free.

(Photos: Sally Streeter)

 

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