Published on Thursday, March 5, 2020

Fireman's Field Days Parade

Event date: 7/25/2020 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Export event

The Fireman's Field Days Parage will be held on July 25th beginning at 6:30pm and will start by Debbie's Supply (453 W. Commercial Street. The parade will follow West Commercial Street and end at the Field Days carnival (200 Woodbine Avenue). Fire and rescue agencies from the surrounding counties will come togeter to celebrate East Rochester's Field Days. Honored guests, marching bands and fire & rescue crews will bring their apparatus to be viewed by all on the parade route through the Town/Village. Bring the entire family to enjoy this exciting and fun-filled parade!

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