General Information

The Rotary International Day Parade
is an annual event organized and supported by the Port Huron Rotary Club with additional financial support from various local sponsors.

 The 2024 Rotary International Day Parade is in it's 104th year as a result of the support from the Port Huron community.

This year's theme is

"All Hands On Deck - A Century of Sailing".

This year's parade celebrates the 100th running of the Bayview Yacht Club Port Huron - To - Mackinac sailboat race. The first
sailboat to win the race in 1925 was Bernida, designed by Geo. Owen and built by Lawley in 1921. The boat now resides at the Michigan Maritime Museum in South Haven, Michigan.

This year's parade route will begin at Huron and Glenwood Avenue, continue south through the downtown business district, turning east from Military Street onto Oak Street, disbanding at Desmond Landing.

 Click HERE to open a map image of the route.

Staging will be on Pine Grove Avenue between Erie Street and Glenwood. Check in will be at Erie Street.

Browse the menu links above for additional information regarding Rules, Awards and the Application page where you can either
download the application or submit one online.

For further information, call the Parade HotLine at (810) 985-7101.
Messages will be retrieved on a weekly basis.

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