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Parking options for Lilac Family Fun Festival & Fireworks attendees

The City of Rochester and the Rochester Recreation Department will host the Lilac Family Fun Festival and Fireworks on Saturday, July 13, 2024, from 4-9 pm.

Parking will be limited on-site. Participants are instructed to utilize street parking and other nearby municipal lots as much as possible. Anyone who is able is encouraged to park downtown and walk to the event.

Click here to see a list of downtown parking options. There is additional parking available at the former Saint Elizabeth Seton School and Profile Bank for the duration of the event.

No parking is available at the former Ben Franklin lot on the corner of Wakefield Street and Union Street.

COAST Bus is offering a complimentary shuttle service throughout the evening. Please note, the shuttle return service at the end of the night may be slow due to significant traffic departing the event.

Attendees should utilize COAST Bus stops at the following locations:

  • Saint Elizabeth Seton School (16 Bridge Street)
  • Rochester Public Library (65 South Main Street)
  • Profile Bank (Summer Street Entrance)

The Lilac Family Fun Festival and Fireworks will take place at Spaulding High School and the James W. Foley Memorial Community Center, 150 Wakefield Street. To learn more about the event, visit www.rochesternh.gov/fun.

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