Sunday afternoon, Sherman residents will be treated to a drive-by parade featuring many civic organizations. The parade will weave its way through most Sherman neighborhoods, allowing residents to enjoy the parade in the safety of their own yards. The parade keeps Sherman's Memorial Day celebrations going and also commemorates Flag Day.

Sherman First Selectman Don Lowe told me that the parade's participants include the Sherman Veterans,  Boy, Girl, and Cub Scouts, The Board of Selectmen, and many community groups like the CLA, Sherman Church, Sherman Library, Jewish Community Center, and Historical Society. The entire parade is expected to last a little over an hour.

Lowe announced the parade route on Facebook this morning:

Leave the Sherman School at Noon, head East on Route 37
Turn Right on Hubble Mountain Road
Turn Right on Atchison Cove Road
Turn Right on Cedar Point Drive
Turn Right on Holiday Point Road
Turn Left on Route 37 to head back into the center of town
Bear Left on Route 39 at the 37/39 split
Turn Right on Leach Hollow Road
Turn Right on Route 37, heading back into the center of town.
Turn Left on Route 39 North
Bear Left onto Anderson Road
Turn Right onto Anderson Road East
Turn Right onto Route 55
Turn Right onto Route 39, heading South.
Turn Right onto Taber Road
Turn Left onto Spring Lake Road
Turn Right onto 39 heading back into the center of town ,
Disperse when reaching the school

I got to experience New Milford's town parade twice a couple of weeks ago, I ducked into Willow Springs to watch it and then beat it back to my house in time to see everyone go by again. It's a great way to show a little hometown pride, and I hope that Sherman has great weather and a nice parade on Sunday.

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