The Woodside One Wheelers short performance team proudly performed in the
* 2017 Brunswick/Topsham Memorial Day Parade *
We salute all of our veterans- Thank you for your service!
Monday, May 29th beginning at 9:00 am in Topsham (from the fire station) down Main St. across the bridge into Brunswick along Main St. ending at the gazebo area.
* 2017 Performance Team *
The Woodside One Wheelers held their 11th annual Community Show on Friday evening March 10th at the Mt. Ararat High School Gym.
A huge crowd of wonderful supporters enjoyed nearly two hours of exciting memorable opportunities to see how our enthusiastic artists have perfected their skills at multi-levels.
* Sponsorship form of any amount are gladly accepted at any time to help support the Woodside One Wheelers *
Please make checks payable and mail to:
Woodside Elementary School (WOW program)
42 Barrows Drive
Topsham, ME 04086
**Your donation is Tax Deductible!
The Woodside One Wheelers performed in the July 4th Celebration of Freedom and Independence Day Parade celebrating our Patriotic celebration in America’s birthplace.
Thousands of participants took to the streets of Historic Philadelphia for a patriotic and colorful parade featuring marching bands, floats, military members and a special appearance from Miss America 2016. Marching through the Nation’s most historic square mile, the parade marched down Chestnut Street to 9th Street, right on 9th to Market Street, continued east on Market to Front Street before ending at Front and Chestnut Streets.
* This marks the 7th major trip for the group and the return to the streets of Philly last appearing in the 2013 Thanksgiving Day Parade*
The Woodside One Wheelers performed at the West Virginia Strawberry Festival in Buckhannon, West Virginia. The group had a busy weekend with four performances over the course of 3 days. After completing a 15 hour bus ride the 28 members of the group mounted their unicycles and performed in the Junior Royalty Parade where they earned First Place status!
Day 2 was busy with performances at the Academy School in the morning and then a night time street performance which was highlighted by Coach Courtney juggling some fire clubs. The kids did have some down time with a visit to a Glass Blowing company and a little Archery Tag on the college campus.
Day 3 the Woodside One Wheelers wrapped up their trip and performances with a first place award in the Grand Feature Parade.
Throughout the trip the kids and adults represented the Woodside One Wheelers with professionalism and respect…
The Woodside One Wheelers performed in the April 2015 National Cherry Blossom Parade in Washington, D.C.
This marked the group’s second appearance down Constitution Avenue