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UACA Fourth of July Front Porch Parade

July 4 @ 9:00 am

Fourth Parade

Upper Arlington’s July 4 celebration to be ‘scaled down’

Rather than start at the intersection of Northwest Boulevard and Zollinger Road and proceed down Northwest Boulevard, as is tradition, there will be an Independence Route and a Freedom Route that will send the parade through various neighborhoods starting at 9 am.

Specific route configurations will be announced by the end of June on the UACA’s social media accounts and its website,

“The traditional route was two miles,” McIntire said. “Now, with the two routes, it’s going to have about 25 (total) miles of coverage.

“We’ve made sure to hit every quadrant of the city with those parade routes.”

Read the original article from The Columbus Dispatch.


July 4
9:00 am
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