Second annual Labor Day Parade steps off in East Providence


EAST PROVIDENCE — The second annual East Providence Labor Day Parade steps off promptly at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 2, from East Providence High School.

The parade route moves down Waterman Avenue through "Six Corners" before ending at City Hall on Taunton Avenue.

Bands, floats, organizations, vehicles, etc. will be part of the festivities, along with food and fun. The parade takes place rain or shine. For more information contact Tommy Rose at 401-952-8208.

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