The theme of the Kewaunee County Fair Parade 2017 has been decided. Local businesses, farms, and community groups are invited to show a century of progress at this year’s parade, “Through the Decades.”
Kewaunee County businesses, farms, and community groups are encouraged to join the parade with a float or vehicle that promotes the decade they were started. A business founded in the 1970’s, for example, might try to dress up in their best polyester suits.
The Kewaunee County Fair Parade will be presented by the Luxemburg Area Chamber of Commerce at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, July 23 in downtown Luxemburg. No preregistration is required. Spectators should plan to arrive early to find parking on side streets, as Main Street will be closed for the parade route.
The parade begins at St. Mary’s Church, heads down Main Street, turns left at Ralph Street and then left again at First Street and finally turns right on Elm Street, ending at the county fairgrounds. The parade announcers will be located across from the main branch of the Bank of Luxemburg.
Attendees, participants and volunteers may contact the Luxemburg Area Chamber of Commerce at 920-606-0311 with any questions.
The Kewaunee County Fair Parade is an annual nonprofit event traditionally leading into the final day of the Kewaunee County Fair, which runs July 20-23 this year. The parade is presented by the Luxemburg Area Chamber of Commerce with support of local government, law enforcement, and dedicated volunteers.