Soldiers in a past Fourth of July parade in Arlington Heights.
What is the parade route for the Arlington Heights Independence Day Parade?
Go to StreetsofArlington.com/july4parade for information on the 4th of July Parade Route, including staging area, direction and the starting and ending points of the 1.1 to 1.25-mile parade. The parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, July 4, 2013 near Dunton Avenue and Oakton Avenue, heads east on Oakton, heads south on Dunton Avenue, turns east on Miner Street and ends at Recreation Park (500 East Miner Street). You can also see a lot of activity along Oakton Street between Dunton Avenue and Highland Avenue where parade staging is set up.
Weather for today’s parade is perfect: Sun with some clouds, light winds, no rain, temperature range starting at 10:00 a.m. at 70°F and finishing at 1:00 p.m. at about 77°F (see detailed forecast).
Jesse White tumblers — a common, but extraordinary, unit in the Arlington Heights Independence Day parade — includes a Drum Corps in 2011.
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White keeps a close eye on tumblers.
The Patriots Marching Band from St. Anthony Village High School and Spring Lake High School in Minnesota at the St. Louis 4th of July Parade in 2009.
What’s the weather forecast for the 4th of July Parade?
The best website for Arlington Heights weather is Arlingtoncardinal.com/weather
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The Arlington Heights Fourth of July Parade is a long parade (it steps off at 10:00 a.m.), so if you want to know what temperature is forecast for 10:00 a.m compared to 12:00 noon, check the Hourly Forecast for next 24 Hours in the dropdown menu in the header of Arlingtoncardinal.com/weather.
Where is the review stand for the Fourth of July parade in Arlington Heights?
The review stand for the Arlington Heights is on Dunton Avenue, just South of Euclid Avenue in front of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.
Wheeling High School Marching Band at the Independence Day Parade in Arlington Heights.
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