Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade: Less than 2 weeks away!

(WSB photo from July 4, 2009)
Now that it’s Monday, we are less than two weeks away from the 4th of July, rain or shine. And this year will be the 15th for a West Seattle family tradition – the Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade. You don’t have to be an Admiral resident to be part of it – it’s for anyone and everyone in West Seattle – no pre-registration required, either. It’s already been mentioned in our reports from Admiral Neighborhood Association meetings, since ANA is handling concessions this year, but this morning we’re also sharing some other details from parade organizer Sherri Chun: She says start time is 10 am at 44th/Sunset (map); King County Executive (and Admiral resident) Dow Constantine will be the kickoff speaker; West Seattle Hi-Yu royalty will be there too; as always, games and concessions will follow at the end of the parade route, at Hamilton Viewpoint. Sherri also sends a hearty thanks to sponsors Weitzel Construction (providing the porta-potties), speech therapist Kayle Shulenberger, and Holy Rosary School. Here’s the official flyer; this is a grass-roots effort, as always, so spread the word – the parade through neighborhood streets is always quite the sight, and a great way to start the holiday.

3 Replies to "Admiral 4th of July Kids' Parade: Less than 2 weeks away!"

  • amy June 30, 2010 (6:13 pm)

    Do you know what the parade route is?

  • Brontosaurus July 2, 2010 (4:04 pm)

    I would like to know the parade route too. I have RA and not sure if I can make it all the way but would really like to take my son.

  • Sherri July 2, 2010 (8:20 pm)

    The parade starts at 44th and Sunset, and follows an easy .5 mile (maximum) route to Hamilton ViewPoint partk. It’s slightly downhill at the end, but otherwise flat all the way. Lots of strollers and toddlers, so take your time.

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