Irondequoit, NY – Since March, life as Rochesterians once knew it changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cancellations have been rampant and will continue into the summer. Many Irondequoit residents are upset about their Fourth of July parade being canceled. Earlier today, however, Irondequoit Town Supervisor, Dave Seeley, made an announcement that may help ease their frustration.
“In lieu of the Fourth of July parade, a line of cars will be driving down Titus Avenue, with occupants throwing garbage out of the windows,” Seeley told the local press. “I realize the parade has been a long-standing tradition, but the “Trash Caravan,” as we are calling it, will be a worthy replacement, and also culturally significant to Irondequoit.”
You can catch the Trash Caravan on Saturday, July fourth from 10:00 AM until noon, and probably most other days, on Titus Avenue in Irondequoit.