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Shaw University Homecoming Parade


  • Saturday, October 14, 2006 10 am-11:30 am

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Annual Homecoming Parade for Shaw University with bands, floats, cars, and more. 

Street Closures:
The streets will be closed from 8 am - noon for the following route:
Participants will assemble at the 100 block of Hillsborough Street and the 00 block of Salisbury Street beginning at 8:00 am.  At 10:00 am the group will proceed south on Salisbury to Morgan Street, east on Morgan Street to Fayetteville Street, south on Fayetteville Street to Davie Street, east on Davie Street to Blount Street, south on Blount Street to the Campus of Shaw University where the group will disassemble.