The Westminster Fallfest parade, usually held on a Wednesday night as part of opening festivities, will be held at 3 p.m. today.
The 25th anniversary parade will assemble on Monroe Street and begin marching down Pennsylvania Avenue, east on Main Street to Longwell Avenue to East Middle School.
Motorists should expect delays if they are traveling in the area during parade time.
The parade will feature about 60 units, including Westminster police and fire officials and vehicles; antique fire and police vehicles; local municipal and high school bands; dance teams; motorcycles; 4-H clubs; floats; church groups; civic, public and health organizations; gymnastics groups; day care centers; majorette and drum corps marching units; color guards; cheerleaders; and businesses.
This year's grand marshals are the Fallfest Committee's longest-serving members: Roberta and Brian Kasik and Marshall "Jamie" Green.
The festival continues Thursday at the City Park and continues through Sept. 28. Rides, games, food, vendors, contests, entertainment, raffles, a teen dance and midnight shopping will be featured.