The Laurel Board of Trade is celebrating its 40th annual Main Street Festival this year, on Saturday, May 7th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After a two-year hiatus for COVID-19, vendors, musicians, arts and crafters, and hopefully visitors will be back in a very big way for this rain or shine event.
- 57 groups are participating in the Parade which starts at 9 a.m.
- 40 arts and craft vendors, 20 food vendors, and 40 Main Street merchants and other general sales vendors will line Main Street. (Don’t forget to pick up a Mother’s Day gift for mom.)
- Bands will perform at two locations:
-near the former Revere Bank lot at 316 Main Street
-at the Quill lot—about 376 Main Street
- Missing children can be reunited with parents at the LBOT Information Booth at 384B Main Street
Only severe thunderstorms or lightning would force a cancellation.
Tune into the City of Laurel Social Media [email protected] on Twitter for emergency notifications.
That information will also be shared on the City of Laurel-Government Facebook page—and @laurelpio, @cityoflaurel, and @laurelpd on Twitter and Laurel Emergency Operations Facebook.
The Parade will be broadcast LIVE on Laurel TV-Comcast 996 or 71 or Verizon Channel 12, weather permitting. You can also watch a livestream at www.laureltv.org. Be sure to check the City of Laurel-government Facebook page for photos and other fun before, during and after the day’s event.