Labor Day in Louisville is the biggest community celebration of the year. Don’t miss the chance to come together with friends and neighbors to experience a weekend celebrating the community spirit of Louisville.
The highlight of the weekend for many is the Labor Day Parade which takes over the streets of Downtown Louisville on Labor Day morning. Be sure to try out some of the other fun activities including the Bocce Ball Tournament, Children’s Pet Parade, Homemade Pie Contest and more! See the schedule below for more information.
MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd
CHILDREN’S PET PARADE
8-8:45AM: Registration at corner of Main and Walnut Streets (Near Chase Bank)
9am: Pet Parade on Main Street
Children and their pets can parade on Main Street! All children will receive treat bags, participant ribbons, and popsicles compliments of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 111. Trophies will be awarded to the Best of Show in each age group. Participants will be judged on originality, crowd pleaser and costume. The theme this year is Everyday Heroes. The parade begins near the corner of Walnut and Main Street and ends at City Hall. It is FREE to participate in the pet parade. All children 12 and under are invited to bring their pets and come be a part of the fun!
83RD ANNUAL LABOR DAY PARADE: EVERYDAY HEROES
8:30am: Day of Registration: Placement will be near the back of the parade
10am: Parade begins