Fri. Nov 3rd 2017 7:00pm
Urbanna Oyster Festival Firemen’s Parade
In 1939, Urbanna residents met to organize the first Volunteer Fire Company in Middlesex County. After its organization, the new department purchased its first piece of equipment, a 500-gallon Ford pumper. The 1940 Ford, still owned by the department today, was the first and only fire truck in Middlesex.
By 1986, the Parade on Saturday has gotten so large that festival officials decided to have a “Firemen’s Parade” on Friday night. This exciting parade will feature over 80 units from all over the state including everything from giant ladder trucks to small brush trucks, ambulances and historic fire vehicles from the past. The men and women participating in this parade, unselfishly serve to protect property and save lives.
This exciting parade event begins at 7:00 PM on Friday—it’s a parade you won’t soon forget!
If you plan to attend with a rig text Ben Burch at 804-380-9379 and tell him your name, rig and ODHFS.
Immediately following the parade "Crazy x" will provide live music on the stage behind the firehouse at 8:00 PM.
Event information and directions at: http://urbannaoysterfestival.com/index.php