4th of July Chanhassen Parade

Fourth of July Parade


Who:               Cub Scouts and interested Family Members

What:              March in the Chanhassen 4th of July Parade

When:             Thursday, July 4, 2019 2:00 – 3:30pm

(meet between 1:45 and 2:00, parade starts at 2:30)

Where:            Downtown Chanhassen (meet near Chapel Hill Academy, see below)

Why:               Fun 4th of July event!  Recruit potential Cub Scouts for the fall!

Bring/Wear:    Class A Uniform with neckerchief & shorts (it’ll be hot!), water bottle (with water!) and sunscreen

Cub Scout Packs 303 and 330 (St Huberts) will be walking in the 4th of July Parade along with the Chanhassen American Legion Post 580 and Boy Scout Troop 330.  We’ll meet just before 2:00 pm near the Chapel Hill Academy parking lot, and then walk the parade route. The parade begins promptly at 2:30 pm.  We’ll distribute frozen treats during the parade.

Pick up your Scout at approx. 3:30pm near Chan View Street & Huron Av, close to the Heritage Park apartments. Please note that since we are positioned toward the front, we will finish before the end of the parade.  So parents picking up scouts should plan accordingly.  Also, please make sure an adult leader has your cell phone number to assure we can connect and don’t have any lost scouts!

Parade map Drop Off Location
Parking Lot near Chapel Hill Academy 306 West 78th Street, Chanhassen, MN Pick Up Location
Intersection of Chan View St & Huron Av,close to the Heritage Park ApartmentsGetting to the Drop Off LocationStreets along the parade route will be closed.  One option is to approach the parade route from the north via Frontier Trail/Laredo Av and park on a neighborhood street.  This puts you in a position to watch the parade along Santa Vera/Saratoga Dr, Laredo Dr or Chan View Street, which are typically less crowded, more shady and closer to the drop-off & pick up points.  Alternatively, you can park south of W 78th St (including the SW Transit Ramp) & walk north to the drop off location.

Contact: Brian Edds, George Reisdorf

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