This is the 50th anniversary for the only parade held in the city of Columbus on the 4th of July. The Northland Community Parade is the largest civically organized parade in the state of Ohio. This year the council expects over 100 participants including Mayor Mike Coleman and members of Columbus City Council. The focus for the parade will honor veterans from all conflicts.
Start Time: July, 4 2012 11 a.m.
Parade Route: Corner of Morse and Karl Road, north on Karl road to East Dublin Granville Road (SR 161).
The parade will include military flyover, marching bands, police, fire representatives and float entries from the surrounding areas.
The parade is followed by the second annual car show at Columbus Square at the corner of SR 161 and Cleveland Avenue. Over 200 vintage cars are expected with proceeds benefiting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters organization.
Don't forget to check our Red, White and BOOM! activities schedule and our list of other Central Ohio Fourth of July community events and fireworks.