Saturday, July 2, 2011

2011 Dunwoody 4th of July Parade Information and Participant List

Monday, July 4, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association and the Dunwoody Crier Newspaper will host the annual Fourth of July Parade featuring marching bands, floats, clowns, animal units and local celebrities.

If you don't have a number, or the time to do the Peachtree Road Race before the festivities in Dunwoody, start a new tradition of running the Dunwoody Stars & Stripes 5K / 10K race that starts and ends at Dunwoody Park (near Dunwoody Nature Center).  7 am on July 4th.

Make your way to those prime viewing locations along Mt. Vernon before the streets close at 9:30, find some shade, have beverages available and keep an eye on the kids who may chase after a wayward piece of candy.

After the parade, please join your Dunwoody neighbors in Dunwoody Village for games, activities, music, food and a dunk tank!  At the same location you can give blood, retire a flag, eat tootsie rolls, donate for those with Intellectual Disabilities, try to win a play house, donate food,

The Dunk Tank Schedule benefiting Special Operations Warrior Foundation
11:30- Doug Thompson, 11:40- Bob Lundsten
11:50- Robert Wittenstein, 12:00- Nancy Jester
12:10- John Heneghan, 12:20- Bob Dallas
12:30- Joe Hirsch, 12:40- Mike Davis

I obtained a list of parade participants and did my best to find relevant links.

Dunwoody Police

Dunwoody Football

LifeSouth Community Blood


DeKalb County Board of Ed

Dunwoody Restaurant Group, Inc.

U.S. Marines

Dunwoody High Principal

Dunwoody Baptist Church

Grand Marshal - Dick Williams

Kip Perdue

St. Luke's Presbyterian Church

Dunwoody Homeowner's Assoc

DHS Band

Troop 764 BSA

City of Dunwoody City Council

Zurn Pumbing

Brandon Drahos

Knights of Columbus 11402

DHS Boys Basketball

Chatcomm 911

Curry Honda

DHS Girls Volleyball

Mellow Mushroom Dunwoody

U.S. Coast Guard Aux, Flotilla 29

DHS JV & Varsity Tennis

Bill Grant Homes

Metropolitan Fire Assn

Dunwoody Cheerleaders

Rita's Italian Ice

Georgetown Dolphins

PCMS Cheerleaders

Curves of Dunwoody


Dunwoody Girls Lacrosse

Village Burger

Rotary Club of Dunwoody

Gordon's Catering

Dunwoody Fine Arts Assoc

Dunwoody CC

Chick Fil A Cow

The Food Movement

New York Butcher Shoppe

Indoor Play Center

Dunwoody Woman's Club

Village Church of Dunwoody

Fried Rogers Goldberg

Picayune Toys

Mill Glen

Huntington Learning

Elite Cuts


Atlanta JCC

Feed and Seed Band

Reising Orthodontics

Pack 1818

Game Truck Georgia LLC

Carrabbas Italian Grill

Congregation Beth Shalom

Kiddie Kuts Salon and Foundation

Publix 765

Village Animal Clinic

Mark Goodelman


John Bachman

Southern Comforts

116th National Army Guard

Pebble Tossers, Inc.


Girl Scout Troop #3083

Twilight Twirlers of Marietta

Steve Stephens Insurance Agency

Girl Scout Troop 10573

Atl Pirates and Wenches Guild

Castlehaven Construction

Troop 494

The Crewe of El Dorado

Guthrie's of Dunwoody

Dunwoody Preservation Trust

Alison's Restaurant

Summers Landing Tilly Mill

All Creatures Animal Hospital

Kapp Koncepts

Cutie Pies Children's Boutique

Dunwoody Nature Center

DeKalb Fire & Rescue

Miss GA Jr. Teenager

Assistance League of Atlanta

EV Club of the South

Highland Park Painting

Terry Nall for City Council

St. David's Welsh Society of GA

Georgia Soap Box Derby

Dunwoody Pines Retirement

Dekalb Republican Party

Norman Mason

Mike Davis for Mayor

Dunwoody GA Tea Party

Home Energy Experts

Dunwoody United Methodist

Friends of Herman Cain

Southeast &
Peachtree MG Registry

Dallas Family for Mayor

N DeKalb Republican Women

Early Ford V8 Club

Boy Scout Troop 434

Georgia Perimeter College

Portis Building & Interiors

Back 2 Back Chiro

Atlanta Colt Youth Association

DeKalb Sanitation

View Dunwoody Parade Route in a larger map

1 comment:

John Heneghan said...

My family enjoys the Norcross Fireworks happening this year on Sunday July 3rd.

Annual family fun begins at 3:30 with a free concert in Lillian Webb Park. Then at 4pm, the festivities kick off with a street fair, pony rides, inflatables and lots more! Then at dusk (around 9pm) one of the best firework displays in metro Atlanta will light up the skies over Norcross - bring your blanket and chairs and camp out early! Presented by the City of Norcross and the Norcross Business Association. Click here for the Event Schedule.