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In advance of the NHL restarting its season, the Flyers Community Caravan is traveling to Bucks County Tuesday, July 14.

The “socially-distant mobile pep rally” will make its way through the streets of Middletown and Langhorne with Flyers mascot Gritty front and center. It begins Tuesday at 3 p.m. from Maple Point Middle School.

With In-Arena Host Andrea Helfrich, Flyers Alumni, and the Flyers Ice Team, the parade will travel about three miles.

Some streets, mostly in the Maple Point, Laurel Oaks, and Highland Gate neighborhoods, will have temporary no parking signs until the event ends. These streets will not be closed except for when the Caravan comes through.

  • Atkinson Lane
  • Baldwin Lane
  • Briggs Road
  • Croasdale Drive
  • Dilworth Lane
  • Fairman Lane
  • Fawnhill Drive
  • Flint Road
  • Kilburn Road
  • Knollbrook Drive
  • Maple Point Drive
  • Norsam Drive
  • Paxson Lane
  • Trappe Lane

The Caravan will also offer giveaways for summer items like beach balls, bucket hats, and Frisbees.

Bucks County is the Flyers Community Caravan’s second stop on its trip to get people excited for the season restart. It ventured to North Wildwood on Friday. Some notable Flyers alumni appearances included Bernie Parent, Dave Schultz, Bob Kelly and Brad Marsh.

After training camp, the Flyers will be heading to Toronto on July 26. The first round of games begins August 1st, and the Flyers’ first game is August 2nd against the Bruins.