Firefighters, police to hold parades in Ludington.

April 8, 2020

Firefighters, police to hold parades in Ludington.

LUDINGTON — On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 9, 10, and 11, Ludington Fire Department, along with Ludington Police Department, and Mason County Sheriff’s Office will hold a one-of-a-kind parade for families. 

The community is invited to watch from their windows, porches, and driveways, while maintaining social distancing practices as the parades travel through various parts of the city.

 “This is our way of doing something positive for our community that they can enjoy safely from their home” said Captain John Henderson of LFD.


The parade will be in a different neighborhood in the City each night, and will start at 7 p.m. It will go past homes and there is no need to travel to any location. In an effort to keep social distancing, people are asked to please not travel into town to watch the parade. 

  • Friday, April 10: Parading in front of homes north and south between Bryant and Tinkham avenues between Lakeshore Drive and Sherman Street, plus east and west on Seminole and Lawndale streets.
  • Saturday, April 11: Parading in front of homes north and south between Ludington and Tinkham avenues then east and west streets between Washington Avenue and Sherman Street.
  • Sunday, April 12: All east and west streets on the south side of town.

This parade is meant to be watched from inside homes so as to keep everyone at a physical distance of 6-feet from one another.


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