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Roswell Youth Parade

The Second Saturday in October is the yearly Roswell Youth Parade at 10 am.


Come celebrate Roswell's youngest residents at the Annual Frances McGahee Youth Day Parade!


Youth Day has been a long-standing tradition in Roswell that began in 1950 when a group of parents decided to sponsor a parade and a day of activities to honor the youth of the city. In 1951, Mayor Ford Rucker proclaimed the second Saturday in October as "Roswell Youth Day," and each year the tradition grows stronger within the community.


The parade will start at Roswell First Baptist Church on Mimosa Boulevard at 10 am.


Grab a spot anywhere along Canton Street to view. Bring chairs to sit in and bring a big bag to put all that candy in.



We were in it in 2018 and handed out candy. It was so much fun!!





We loved seeing all the intersting ways peopel caught candy!




After from 11-3 at Smith Plantation is the Annual Fall Farm Days. New this year will be a touch a tuck oppertunity. This event is free.

They will have a petting zoo, pumpkin patch crafts, music and much more. There will be demonstations on pottery, black smithing and heath cooking.


For more Fall Fun check out my Fall in love with Fall around Atlanta and North Georiga here.


Make sure to check back each Friday and Saturday when I post another Family Fun place around the ATL. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram




For other family fun places around the ATL check out my list from over 10 years of family fun around Atlanta.



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