WATERVILLE — A downtown parade, pep rally, bonfire and street dance at Head of Falls Friday will mark the annual Community Spirit Night festivities.
The Spirit Night planned for Sept. 28 was postponed because of rain, according to organizer Shanon Gurski Dixon.
Sponsored by the Waterville Senior High School athletic department, Spirit Night’s goal is to try to bring the business community and the school community in Waterville closer together, Dixon said.
The walking parade will start at 6 p.m. in the parking lot of Elmwood Primary Care on Main Street. Parade grand marshals will be retired Waterville Senior High School teacher Richard Fuller and his wife, Lin, who taught at George J. Mitchell School, Dixon said.
The parade will proceed down Main Street, turn left onto Common Street, left on Front Street and right into Head of Falls on the waterfront.
A presentation of colors will be followed by the high school band’s playing the national anthem. A short pep rally will kick off a bonfire and street dance with DJ Eric Lunt. Food, drinks and souvenirs will be available.
 


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