No celebration in Miamisburg is complete unless a parade leads the way. Maybe this is the perfect path to participation for your family, business or organization.
There will be two parades serving as bookends for the week-long celebration, an opening parade on June 16 and the closing parade on June 23. Each will be filled with fun and entertainment from various Shrine Temples, local churches and many groups. Band music will fill the air from several local high schools, The Ohio State University Alumni Band, the Kettering Civic Band, Miamisburg High School Alumni Band and others.
Parades will launch at 11 a.m. both days from the corner of Twelfth Street and Central Avenue near the Miamisburg Christian Church. Units will travel west on Central to downtown. There is no entry fee to participate, but the deadline is June 1.
If your group or family would like a spot in one or both Bicentennial parades, complete a registration form available on the Schedule of Events page or on PlayMiamisburg.com.
Transportation Notes: The Bicentennial parades on June 16 and June 23 will step-off at 11 a.m. at Central and Lawrence avenues. The parade will travel west on Central to Market Square, then travel south on Main Street. It will conclude at the corner of Main and Linden Avenue. During the parades, First through Eleventh streets will be blocked at Central until the parade passes. Traffic will resume on all streets as soon as the parade concludes.