West Indian Day Parade 2010
September 6, 2010 by Post Team
West Indian Day Parade 2010, The parade is a celebration of all the Caribbean and is glad everything related to heritage and culture of the West Indies, but should not feel that it must be of the West Indies to join the fun. In this parade all are welcome to come and enjoy and see the thousands of protesters, listening to Caribbean music and enjoy delicious food in the region, according to chiff.com.
You want to know the schedule, time, route and other information so that we can help with some of that. The parade begins at 11:00 am and the tour starts at Utica Avenue to Grand Army Plaza along Eastern Parkway. As you may have about 2 million people in the great event of the council is not only lead to take the subway to the bus stop with these alternatives. 2 subway to Grand Army Plaza or Franklin Avenue, 3 meters of the Grand Army Plaza, Franklin Avenue or Utica Avenue, 4 subway to Franklin Avenue or Utica Avenue subway and 5 Franklin Avenue.
For more information on this, go to chiff.com. Do you intend to visit the parade and carnival today and what it’s about what you like best? We welcome your comments and thoughts about this special event.
It is Labor Day 2010, Monday, 06 September, and for some that means that sales and trading, while for others it means thinking of the story of the day and what it means for men and women. For many others, though the Labor Day means it’s time for the annual West Indian American Parade and Carnival in Brooklyn, New York, one of the biggest cultural events of the year. This year marks the traditional Labor Day parade will celebrate its 42nd anniversary.
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