Parade Day

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It’s parade day in Oakland.  The weather is damp and cool, but the spirits are warm and bright.   The colors for this years activities are peaking at just the right time.  There are plenty of leaves left on the trees along the parade route that can only brighten ones spirit as you walk along downtown.

The OVFD is serving a delicious breakfast this morning for the early arrivals along with all the food vendors getting set up to offer a wide variety of mouth watering treats for every palette.   And don’t forget the World Famous Rotary fries.

So grab your rain jackets and enjoy a wonderful parade day.

Turkey Dinners

Part of the tradition of Autumn Glory is having a turkey dinner at one of the churches, restaurants, or community centers in the area.  Below are just a few of the choices you will have to decide from.

October 10th

  • Apostollics of Oakland
  • 11 am – 6 pm
  • Adults $10  Kids $6
  • Corner of G St & Rt 135 in Mt Lake Park

October 11th

  • Loch Lynn Church of God
  • 11:30 am – ??
  • Adults $10 Kids $6 (3-10)
  • 8649 Gorman Rd. (located beside WKHJ in Loch Lynn)
  • Little Sandy’s
  • $12 each
  • Rt 219 & Sand Flat Rd
  • Gorman VFD & Maple Mountain 4-H Club
  • 12 noon – ??
  • Adult  $8 Kids $4 (3-12)
  • American Legion Post 71
  • 11 am – 6 pm
  • Adults $9 Kids $5
  • Across from the hospital in Oakland
  • Wendy’s Towne Restaurant
  • Alder St. in Downtown Oakland
  • Melanie’s Family Restaurant
  • 11 am – ??
  • $11.50 per person
  • Rt. 50 across from Cathedral Park
  • Annie’s Kitchen
  • 11 am – 8 pm
  • Adult $15 Kids under 12 $7
  • 414 S Main St., Accident, MD
  • Arrowhead Market
  • $9.59 per person
  • 10:30 am – 7 pm
  • Located just North of Glendale road on Rt 219
  • Oak-Mar
  • 208 N 3rd St., Oakland, MD