Join Pack 163 as we march with other Fremont Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Varsity Scouts, and Venture Scouts and families in the annual Fremont 4th of July parade!
Our staging area is the Fremont Public Library (main branch) where we will meet at 9:00 a.m.
The parade starts at 10:00 a.m. Scouts should be in their full Class A uniforms, and the entire family can join us as we march through Fremont. Be sure to wear plenty of sunscreen, BRING WATER, and wear a hat!
The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. and start at Paseo Padre Pkwy & Stevenson Boulevardd and finish at Capitol Avenue.
Details from the Tri-City-Voice:
Fremont is preparing for its 18th annual Fremont 4th of July Parade. The parade will roll through downtown with colorful floats, large balloons, marching bands, antique vehicles, dance groups, and much more. This year’s theme is “Everyday Heroes” and will have a special tribute to honor our brave men and women of Fremont Police and Fire departments. This year’s Grand Marshal is the Candle Lighters organization, honoring their 48 years of serving Fremont. The parade kicks off with the singing of our National Anthem by Irvington High School junior Cathryn Flores followed by a precision flyover by the California Beechboys.
The parade committee has a new, improved website: www.fremont4th.org as well as a phone app with the latest updates including entries, judges, volunteering, sponsoring and more. It is sponsored by Fremont Chevrolet, Northwestern Polytechnic University, Robson Homes, Washington Hospital Healthcare Foundation, and Fremont Police Officers Association to name a few.
The parade committee is still accepting donations and sponsorships, as well as seeking volunteers. Please visit www.fremont4th.org for more information. The Fremont 4th of July Parade is a local, nonprofit 501(c)3 community organization, not affiliated with the city, and responsible for the production and financing of the parade.