Infamous Unstoppable’s Annual Day Parade & Festival July 27, 2015 By Amber Strazzo Summer 2015 is flying by but the fun is far from over! After a slew of great festivals at Bright Side Opportunities Center and San Juan Bautista, there are still carnival rides to be ridden and fair foods to be savored. Join the Infamous Unstoppables Drill Team & Drum Squad for their Annual Day Parade & Festival at Roberto Clemente Field, 466 Rockland Street, August 5 through 8. Each night features a carnival with rides, food, entertainment, art and live music, all with different themes. Wednesday, August 5 is Hispanic Night, celebrating the music, artisan crafts, and authentic foods of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Colombia and other parts of Latin America. Thursday, August 6 is Lancaster Unity, a night celebrating unity through diversity. Artists will be featured from all over Lancaster County, bearing a positive message to inspire our growing community of people coming together uniting to promote conservation, stewardship and restoration of our planet. Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8 is the African American Festival, and celebration meant to inspire an appreciation for the diversity, influence and contributions of African American history, culture, heritage, and arts. The weekend culminates on Saturday, August 8 with a parade featuring the Infamous Unstoppables as well as marching units from New York, Baltimore and New Jersey. They will start at 1 pm at Edward Hand Middle School, 431 South Ann Street, marching through the streets for an hour before stopping at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School for a demonstration before enjoying the festival for the rest of the evening. For more information about times, entertainment and the parade, visit www.annualday.org.