Memorial Day Parade, Other Events, Okayed By Lawmakers

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JAMESTOWN – Several summertime gatherings were approved by local lawmakers in Jamestown Monday night, including the upcoming Memorial Day parade.








The parade has not happened in the past two years due to the pandemic, however it is back this year, taking place Monday may 30th on Prendergast Avenue, with the lineup starting at 9 a.m. and procession getting underway promptly at 10 a.m.

Other events okayed by the city council include the Jamestown Public Market on June 12th, the Juneteenth event for June 17th through June 19th, and the World Series of Wheels on Saturday June 23rd at Bergman Park.









Also, the Jamestown Pride Festival, which saw lots of community involvement in its first appearance last year, is awaiting approval for this summer, with the occurrence likely to happen at the next council work session.

 















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