Make sure to bring your lawn chairs and set up along the parade route that runs through historic Downtown La Grange. The parade starts at 10:00 am on Saturday, July 20th. Get there early to get a spot in the shade!
- When: 10:00 am Saturday, July 20, 2019
Parade Route is reversed this year
About Oldham County Day Parade
Oldham County Day was brought together because of the late Nancy Crass, she was a Project Guild member and resident of La Grange Kentucky. The event started in 1971 and now features over 120 booths. With plenty of entertainment, live music and a large parade backed by community support.
The Oldham County Day Parade features many local organizations, businesses, marching bands, food vendors, artists and more.
After the parade, head over to the Courthouse Square to check out the booths and other live entertainment.
Oldham County Day: Downtown La Grange KY
Celebrated annually in Historic Downtown La Grange KY and held on the third Saturday in July. Oldham County Day is hosted by Project Guild of La Grange to celebrate the local community. You can expect thousands of Oldham County residents to join in on the celebration.
Project Guild chooses an Oldham County Day parade grand marshal by nominations from the community and honors the individual during a luncheon before the day of the parade.
Oldham County Day 2019 Entertainment Schedule
|Rotary Club All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast at the LaGrange Community Cente
|Music Under The Stars ministry, 2nd Street Gazebo
|PARADE: starts at the corner W Jefferson St (146) and N 5th Street
|School of Rock performing on 2nd Street Gazebo
|Living Statues situated under the trees of the Courthouse lawn, after the parade
|Children’s Carnival at LaGrange Christian Church
|Soft rock band, “Between The Lines”, performing on 2nd Street Gazebo
|A special surprise entertainment on Courthouse Square. Performance by the Oldham County Arts Association.
|Oldham County Arts Association performance at Courthouse Square
|Oldham County Band, performing on Courthouse lawn
“Project Guild returns proceeds from Oldham County Day and other endeavors to the community through support for local resources.”
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