About October's Columbus Day Parade: a Brooklyn Perspective
Columbus Citizens Foundation - Preserving Heritage, Creating Opportunities and scholarship opportunity for those of Italian decent.
The annual Columbus Day Parade (Oct. 14) features fantastic floats, marching bands, folk dancing, and pop singers, drawing nearly a million onlookers to Fifth Ave.
Monday, October 13, 2014. The Columbus Day Parade begins on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street and continues north along Fifth Avenue to 72nd Street. The grandstands will be located on Fifth Avenue between 67th and 69th Streets.
Columbus Day in the Primary Classroom
Find out how to see this annual celebration of Italian-American Heritage held in mid-October with over 35,000 marchers participating in New York City.
Song, "Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue" (Tune: "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"; from The First Grade Parade)
Columbus day Parade a New York
Columbus Day Parade - Columbus Citizens Foundation: Preserving Heritage, Creating Opportunities.
Policeman stopping Chippewa William Wiggens, VP of the Chicago Indian Village, from entering the Columbus Day parade at Madison and State Streets. Dated October 12, 1970.