Naperville Labor Day Parade; Route, Map, Info

labor day parade napervilleWith the Last Fling comes the Naperville Labor Day Parade.  The parade is a great way to send summer off with a party.

This year’s parade theme celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Naperville Chamber of Commerce.  The Naperville Jaycees, who put on the event, are recognizing the membership and staff of the Chamber for their hard work and dedication to the community.

The Last Fling actually began as an event put on the Chamber of Commerce and the Jaycees have since turned it into the fantastic summer send-off that it is today.

Naperville Labor Day Parade Date and Time

  • Monday, September 2, 2013
  • 10am to 11:30am

Route and Map

The route for 2013 starts at Naperville North High School.  It then heads south on Mill Street, turns east onto Jefferson Ave., then south on Main Street, then west onto Porter St., and then ends up finishing at Naperville Central High School.

napeville labor day parade route map

 Parade Participants

You’ll many members of the Naperville community in the parade.  From businesses to organizations to individuals, come and see your favorites live an in person.  There will be no throwing of items from any parade participant.  Some though will be handing out items of interest to spectators who want to receive them.

See A Parade Reply on TV

If you can’t be there in person or just want to see it again, you’ll be able to see it on NCTV17.  The Naperville television station will have a full production crew out to tape the entire parade. The parade will air on Labor Day at 7 p.m., and 11 p.m. on NCTV 17 through video streaming.

See you there!

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  1. Thanks for all the info on the parade! It starts right down the street from our house. Easy in – easy out! Enjoy your Labor Day! See you at the parade.


  2. Hope you had fun at the parade. Thanks for commenting!

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