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The River Clyde Pageant is admission by donation. You can donate prior to the performance using our online reservation system. You may also donate at the beginning or end of the performances on July 29 & 30, and August 4, 5, 6.

There are five shows only, and audience members must reserve a spot online PRIOR to the performances, as tickets are limited. No tickets will be sold at the door.

The performance runs approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Each night’s performance is followed by a free community supper at 8:30pm for audience and performers, prepared and served by Chef Emily Wells and the staff of The Mill restaurant. Vegetarian and gluten free options available.

This is a VERY family-friendly event. Details on weather, parking and accessibility below.

Arrive by 6pm to allow for parking & walking to the Pageant site. Attendants will be present to guide you to parking spots and direct you to the site. The River Clyde Pageant begins at 6:30. We encourage audience members to carpool if possible!

Parking is NOT available at The Mill but IS available at the following locations:

  • Upper lot at The Gardens of Hope (on Route 224)
  • Highfield Construction (across from The Mill on Route 13)

There is NO parking at The Mill and NO parking at the Preserve Company. For those who want to avoid a longer walk, we recommend the Gardens of Hope lot. If you are able to carpool, PLEASE DO!

Attendants will be present at each site and in the area to direct you to the Pageant entrance, which is located at the top of the lane at Robin Stevenson Carpentry, 2765 Glasgow Road (Route 224). If you are being dropped off, this is the entrance to go to.

If it rains, The River Clyde Pageant can not take place. In the event of rain, we will attempt to reschedule or refund your tickets. Wear appropriate clothing for evening outdoor weather. Bug spray is recommended.

As the River Clyde Pageant is a travelling, outdoor performance, the experience involves a good deal of walking outdoors. Audience members should expect to be on their feet for about 90 minutes. Because of the nature of travelling on uneven, outdoor ground, the Pageant is not wheelchair accessible. 

If you have mobility issues and cannot travel the Pageant route, watching the performance from the deck of The Mill is an option. It will be a different experience, but you will be able to see (but not hear) the majority of the Pageant.

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