The Parade will kick off on Saturday, March 1, 2014, at 11am at the corner of 6th and D Streets, Marysville, California. The parade moves south down D Street, east on First Street, and back north on C Street, ending at 3rd and C Streets.
Vendors will be set up on 2nd Street, between D and B Streets, and will be open starting at 9am. Food trucks, official Bok Kai merchandise, and lots of great items will be for sale.
Immediately following the parade, a variety of entertainment will take place on C Street, near the Yuba County Library. Several bands, lion dancers, and other performances will take place throughout the afternoon.
On Sunday, March 2, 2014, at 4pm, Bomb Day (Yee Yeut Yee), hosted by the Marysville Chinese Community, will take place in the heart of Marysville's historic Chinatown, at the corner of 1st and C Streets. Handmade bombs will be lit and young men will scramble to catch the lucky rings. The catching of the rings is open for viewing only; ring catchers are pre-selected through special invitation of the Chinese Community. This unique event is the only one of its kind any where in the Americas and has happened annually since at least 1880.
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