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Toronto Beaches Easter Parade 2013

Egg-citement is building again for chocolate and this years annual Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade.

Grab the whole family and head down early to your favorite spot along Queen St. East for the Toronto Beaches Lions 2013 Easter Parade held on Sunday, March 31, 2 to 4 pm. The parade route hops from Neville Park West along Queen Street to Woodbine.

Parking is sparse in the Beach on a regular day. On parade day, leave the car at home or some distance west of Woodbine or north of Queen. From downtown Toronto, take streetcar 501 east or the Main 64 South bus from Main subway station.

A full road closure will take place on Queen Street East and parts of Nursewood Road, and Woodbine Avenue/Lakeshore Boulevard East. A number of secondary roads will also be closed or partially closed, affecting traffic flow in the area.

Road closures 10 a.m.-noon:
Queen Street East (partial road) from Munro Park Avenue to Fallingbrook Road

Noon-1:30 p.m:
Queen Street East (full road) from Munro Park Avenue to Fallingbrook Road,
Nursewood Road (full road) from Queen Street East to 24 Nursewood Road

1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m:
Queen Street East (full road) from Woodbine Avenue to Fallingbrook Road

2 p.m.-4:30 p.m:
Woodbine Avenue (full road) from Queen Street East to Lakeshore Boulevard East
Lakeshore Boulevard East (full road) from Coxwell Avenue to Woodbine Avenue

The TTC will be re-routing buses during the event. This event will take place regardless of weather conditions. Members of the public should anticipate significant traffic delays.

The Beaches Lions Club have been holding this tradition since 1966 and now the festivities are better than ever. The 2012 parade had over 100 floats and 10 marching bands for all the viewers to enjoy so be sure not to miss this years exciting festivities!

Tell us how you enjoy the Easter Parade, share your tips & tricks for a fun filled afternoon with the kids?

If you’re a local business or merchant, add a comment to tell us about any promos/specials running this weekend in the Beach? Tweet us @homeinthebeach or hash tag #BeachTO


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