Beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, the Garland Jaycees will host the 66th Annual Labor Day Parade in the city.
The Parade features seven high School bands, national, state, and local politicians, community groups, pee-wee football teams and the Shriners with their many cars, motorcycles, clowns and horses.
The Garland Labor Day Parade is the largest Labor-Day Parade west of the Mississippi.
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The parade begins at 5th and Walnut before turning south on 5th to Main, West on Main to Garland Road and then South on Garland Road to Ave F before the parade ends at Central Park.
In addition to the Parade, the Garland Kiwianis Club is hosting an all-u-can-eat pancake breakfast at the First United Methodist Church, located at Glenbrook and Ave. B. The pancakes will be served before, during and after the parade until 1 p.m.