Back after a hiatus in 2020, Parade of Trucks is a fun and unique twist on Touch-A-Truck (one of the Main Street Program's staple annual events).
Taking place in the heart of our downtown on Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m.-Noon, Parade of Trucks will offer parents and children alike the opportunity to see and interact with a number of cool vehicles. Fire trucks, semi trailers, street sweepers, oh my!
In order to best comply with current state regulations regarding COVID, the event will take place in three phases:
Phase 1 will be the first viewing period from 9-10 a.m. along Cal Fremling Parkway between Levee Park and the Mississippi River. People will be able to view the vehicles during this time and interact with the people driving them.
Phase 2 will be the parade procession from 10-10:30 a.m., where the vehicles will proceed west down Cal Fremling Parkway to Johnson Street, and then turn left and drive down 3rd Street. All the while honking their horn and sounding their sirens.
Phase 3 will be the second viewing period from 10:30-Noon along 3rd Street between Center and Franklin. People will be able to view the vehicles during this time and interact with the people driving them.
We hope to see all your friendly, smiling faces for the event this year, it's going to be a blast! This event would be possible without the generous sponsorships from Allstate Peterbilt and Winona Health Main Square Clinic.