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Springfield Puerto Rican Parade
September 17 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
When is the Parade?
This year’s parade will take place on Sunday, September 17th, at 11 a.m., departing from between Main and Wason Ave and will march through downtown ending at Boland Way and Main Street.
Where to watch the Parade?
Join us with your family setting up your chair or standing anywhere on Main Street’s sidewalks from Wason Ave to Boland Way.
Register for the 2023 parade!
Our registration process has moved from paper to online for an easier process for both our community and our staff! This will ensure your registration is not lost.
Registrations will not be collected after Friday, September 8, 2023.
For questions on registration, please reach out to Shirley Rodríguez at email@example.com or 413-314-0088.
The Springfield Puerto Rican Parade’s mission is to uplift and empower the community by celebrating Puerto Rican culture, challenging stereotypes, preserving heritage, providing a sanctuary for cultural expression, representing the island, and leaving a lasting legacy.
The Springfield Puerto Rican Parade envisions a world where Puerto Rican heritage is recognized and celebrated for its unique contributions to society. We aspire to be a leader in promoting cultural awareness, unity, and empowerment within the Puerto Rican community and beyond. Our goal is to create a legacy of inclusiveness and cultural pride that will continue to inspire future generations.