Roswell 58th Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade

Bundle up your family in their favorite sweats, grab a reusable grocery bag (for candy catching, of course) and head to Historic Canton Street in Downtown Roswell for the 58th Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade on Saturday, October 11 at 10 a.m.

A long-standing tradition in Roswell, Youth Day was started in 1950 by a group of concerned parents and has become one of the most successful events in City history. The City of Roswell celebrates Youth Day annually on the second Saturday of October with a parade and festival. This event gives local youth organizations, such as scout troops, schools, dance and performing arts students, the opportunity to be recognized nail polish remover for their accomplishments. Each year, the event grows with even more floats, marching bands and spectators.

This year’s theme is “Go Green” and promises to showcase some exceptional environmental messages. So come out with your family, bring a blanket and enjoy this truly unique event!

Don’t head home after the parade! Stop at Roswell Area Park football field where children 15 & under may receive a free lunch courtesy of StarTime Entertainment while supplies last. Kids will also enjoy activities including inflatable slides and moonwalk, pony rides, a climbing wall, entertain-ment and much more.

If you or your group would like to participate in the Youth Day Parade, call the Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department at 770.641.3705 for an application.

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