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Festivals & Parades In Elburn, IL
Here you will find a description of our most popular festivals here in the Village of Elburn.

Arbor Day Celebration
The Village Community Arbor Day Celebration will take place on the Saturday, following Arbor Day and it will begin at 10 a.m. There is a short ceremony to commemorate the day. The village is a Tree City USA member! Come out and celebrate Arbor Day!

Memorial Day Parade
The annual Memorial Day Parade is hosted by American Legion Post 630 and starts at 10 a.m. at Lions Park and ends at Blackberry Township Cemetery.  The ceremony includes the reading of "Flanders Field" and the reading of the names of local veterans buried in the area.  The Elburn Boy Scout Troop 7 hosts a Memorial Day pancake breakfast from 7:00 am to 9:30 am at the American Legion Post 630 building, 112 N. Main Street.

Elburn Days
Elburn Days is our community's largest event, held annually the third full weekend of August. The Elburn Days Parade steps off at 6 p.m. from the intersection of Gates Street and Shannon Street and proceeds east to Main Street (Route 47), then south along Main Street to South Street, and then turns west to end at Lions Park.

Lions Park will have live music, carnival games, rides, and more food than one can sample over the weekend. See the Elburn Lions Elburn Days website for more information about the Lions Park activities. See the Elburn Days Parade website for information about being in the parade.  Please send the completed form to Elburn Lions Park (500 Filmore Street, Elburn, IL 60119).

There are also sidewalk sales, commercial expositions, and many other activities hosted by the Elburn Chamber of Commerce. See their website for additional information.

Veterans Day Parade

On the eleventh day of the eleventh month at the eleventh hour, the Elburn community pauses to remember our veterans. The annual parade begins at the American Legion building at 112 North Main Street after a moment of silence, then proceeds south on Main Street (Route 47), turning east on North Street to end at the Veterans Memorial next to the Village Hall. After the parade a brief and informative ceremony is held at the Veterans Memorial. On display at the Veterans Memorial is an M60A3 battle tank, on loan from the US Army.

Christmas Stroll
The annual Christmas stroll is held the Friday after Thanksgiving.  Many businesses remain open for the event that starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until 8:00p.m. Be sure to stop by to see some guy in a red suit at the library. This event is also sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.