WELCOME to Patuxent River Appreciation Days
Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, 2013
Patuxent River Appreciation Days (PRAD) is a festival, which creates awareness, recognition, and promotion of the economic, social, recreational, cultural and historical impact of the tributaries and environs of the Patuxent River and the basin through which it flows. The festival has been held annually on Columbus Day weekend since 1978.
The festival brings together, and reflects the continuing commitment of the community, Calvert County Commissioners, the Calvert Marine Museum, and other organizations which share a desire to preserve the Patuxent River and to celebrate its positive influence on the area's quality of life, in the past, present and the future.
By bringing these people together in public forum annually, PRAD hopes to continue the interest in the support of the environmental programs and tourism activities surrounding the Patuxent River and its tributaries.
NO ADMISSION FEES, NO PARKING FEES, FREE BOAT RIDES, CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES, AND LIVE MUSIC!
PARADE 2013REMEMBER-NON PROFITS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE
Sunday, October 13, 2013
IN THE 2013 PARADE.
IS YOUR SCHO0L OR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION READY TO PARTICIPATE? The Patuxent River Appreciation Days (PRAD) is a two-day celebration held annually in Solomons, Maryland. This year the event will be on October 12th and 13th, 2013. The Calvert County Board of Commissioners, Calvert Marine Museum, Pa-Po-Peake Shrine Club, SMILE and the Calvert County Waterman’s Association are the sponsors of this event. The purpose of this celebration is to promote interest in the Patuxent River for both environmental and cultural awareness.
One highlight of PRAD takes place on Sunday the 13th, in the form of a parade, which steps off at 2:00 p.m. Participants include dignitaries, Shrine Units, the American Legion, local high schools and various other non-profit organizations. Pa-Po-Peake Shrine Club, being the parade organizers, would be honored to have your organization participate in the parade. Your presence would contribute to the parade’s success and add to the enjoyment of those who line the street of this mile-long pageant.
All groups are encouraged to have a float, program, decoration or presentation, as appropriate for the parade theme centered around the Patuxent River and its environment and culture.
Please contact me prior to September 30, 2013, regarding your participation in the parade. If you require additional information please feel free to contact me.
To see if you are eligible to be in the parade please contact Randy Geck at email@example.com Parking is in Glascock's field and there is limited handicap parking on the museum grounds.