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The NYC Pakistan Day Parade route for 2014 ends in Madison Square Park on Sunday August 24th

Another Sunday, another parade. This time (Sunday August 24th) it is the Pakistan Day Parade and it runs down Madison Avenue between from 38th Street to 24st Street right next to Madison Square Park. It starts at 11am and goes until 6pm. There is not much information about it in English (including the poster), but you can learn more at

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India Day Parade 2014 is today and route ends in Madison Square Park

The India Day Parade for 2014 is today (Sunday August 17th) and it runs down Madison Avenue from 37th Street to Madison Square Park (23rd and Madison). The parade kicks off at noon and ends around 3pm, followed by cultural programs and a food court on Madison Avenue between 24th-27th Street.

This year’s Grand Marshall is Vivek Ranadive, with Sunny Deol as the Bollywood Grand Marshall, and the Guest of Honor is actress and model Ravenna Tondon.

It is a free event and open to the public to attend the parade.

Here is the India Day Parade route:

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NYC 2014 Pride Parade route passes by Madison Square park and through the Flatiron today

The annual NYC Pride Parade march is happening again today (Sunday) and starts at 36th Street & 5th Avenue at 12 noon today, runs down 5th Avenue adjacent to Madison Square Park and through the Flatiron and ends at Christopher & Greenwich Streets. The Grand Marshalls this year are Laverne Cox, Rea Carey and Jonathan […]

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Madison Square Park tree lighting ceremony Tuesday at 5pm

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It’s time for the annual Madison Square Park tree lighting event, tonight (Tuesday, December 10th) in Madison Square Park. It’s free for all.

Currently hosted by the Madison Square Park Conservancy, a tree lighting ceremony in Madison Square Park started in 1912 and was one of the first public tree lightings in the United States.

It starts at 3:30pm with music from The New York Life Singers, Audra Rox, treats from Hill Country Pie Kitchen, Hill Country Chicken and SD26 Restaurant & Wine Bar, as well as a holiday planting and crafts, courtesy of the Conservancy.

Then the lighting happens at 5pm.







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