WWII Vets Marshall Fair And Rodeo Parade
Tomorrow's, Lions Club hosted, Central Wyoming-Fair and Rodeo parade through downtown follows a new path. Street construction and the return of oil plumes on some streets are sending floats on a new route. But Cindy Stirrett, parade co-chair, says the route length remains the same.
"We are starting at the corner of East A and Beech, going from there to 2nd street, down 2nd street to David street, on to 7th Street and then over to Center where it will stop at 9th and Center."
Veterans from the U.S.S. Natrona, a World War II transport ship, will be Parade Marshalls.
"And we have 16 of them so they will be at the front of the parade and at the very end of the parade we have a wagon train coming through. "
The parade starts at 10am. There's no parking on the parade route. The Casper Police Department will be clearing streets of cars starting at 8am with towing of cars beginning at 8:30. Towed cars will be taken to the Mossholders parking lot.
The downtown parking garage is a parking option, but you'd need to get your car in early before things get busy.