Hardscrabble Day Parade
SEPTEMBER 21, 2019
Once again, the Red Hook Town and Village will be celebrating our annual Hardscrabble Day festivities! Each year is another opportunity to show off Red Hook, its people, and traditions to the thousands of visitors that join us in our annual celebration!
“Peace, Love, and Rock & Roll!” this year’s Hardscrabble Day Parade theme September 21 is the International Day of Peace, John Waite & His Band is the headliner, and as many of you know, this year marks the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock! We are very proud to announce the 2019 Grand Marshall is “one of the true gems of Red Hook” Ben Tiedtke, (Village Pizza III) pizza man extraordinaire! He is our well-known community member that everyone loves and admires for his continuous support to many organizations in our local area! He received and continues to get admirable comments on the Facebook Hardscrabble Community Association page. You all showed us how much he means to you, and the parade is just one more way to say thank you for all of his support. Be a part of the parade, wear your tie-dyes, and participate in the community celebration!
The parade starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Linden Avenue Middle School – lineup at 3:30 p.m.
After the parade concludes, our celebration continues with great food for sale at the many local restaurants and food vendors. Don’t forget music is happening all day long and our evening tops off with the performance of John Waite & His Band.
PLEASE USE THE LINDEN AVENUE ENTRANCE FOR THE LINEUP
DO NOT ENTER AT WEST MARKET STREET!
LOOK FOR YOUR SIGN FOR LINE-UP POSITION
Fill out the attached form to ensure that you are registered in this years line-up, and the correct information is available to the announcers.
If you have any questions feel free to contact one of the parade’s organizers listed below. Thank you for your support and love of the special place we call Red Hook! We look forward to seeing you on September 21, 2019!
Peace – Love – Rock & Roll – Red Hook!
for more information or questions contact