Everyone get excited the Annual Fall Foliage Parade Will be returning this fall and we have the date for you! Sunday, October 3, 2021
That's right the city of North Adams will be to hosting this downtown parade celebrating all things Autumn in the Berkshires. The streets end up being packed with people who join in the celebration and in the parade.

This parade in the past has brought people from all over Massachusettes, Vermont, New York and beyond

This year the 2021 theme will be, Games, Movies & Takeout, which with the pandemic a lot of us were doing just that, games, watching movies, and of course takeout. so as you are getting ready or are already working on your float keep that theme in mind as you dress up in costume!

This year appropriately the Grand Marshals of the fall foliage parade will be the Regional Emergency Planning Committee Northern Berkshire COVID Operations Center. The REPC Operations Center’s hardworking team were part of the frontlines here at home

Do you want to be in the parade? The crew is looking for groups, organizations, and individuals looking for individuals, organizations, and groups to participate in this great parade.

I think one of the fun parts is the early breakfast, lining up till parade time, you get to see friends you might not have seen in a while

You can build a float. Become a sponsor. March for a cause. We also need volunteers to help direct floats, carry banners, become sponsors, and have a lot of fun too!

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