4th of July Parade
Saturday, July 04 2020, noon

Location: Downtown Unalaska

the City of Unalaska Parks, Culture and Recreation would like to formally invite you to take part in the community’s Annual 4th of July Parade. The theme for the 2020 parade is ‘Unalaskan Pride.’ You are welcome to create a float or to organize a group of people to walk in the parade. Judges will be awarding to floats or marching teams that best represent:

Best use of the Theme: Unalaskan Pride

Best of Show

Best With Animals

Judge’s Favorite

Best of Cars, Trucks & Machinery

If you would like to register a group/float, please simply fill out the attached form or stop by the Community Center for packet. Please read it carefully and fill it out to your best ability so we have proper information.

Parade entry is free and we would love to see a great deal of community participation! This is a great way to get your name out into the community, have fun and enhance your community image!

Just a few important things to note:

The Parade Line-up will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Bayview Drive, with the first vehicle in line at the corner of Cathedral way and Bayview Dr. (#2… working way down front beach) – PLEASE ENTER via King St. (by Tutiakoff field and CHECK IN w/ PCR Staff)
The Parade will begin promptly at 12:00 p.m. and will proceed from Bayview Dr., turning onto Cathedral Way, continuing down West Broadway Ave. and finishing at Eagles View Elementary School. (extended route)
Judging will look different this year: All groups and floats will be presenting to our judges as they pass the Burma Road Chapel, where the commentating will also take place
We will contact you for the category winners and can be picked up at the Community Center.
Candy CANNOT be distributed from your float. If you would like to donate candy to be added into the candy/prize bags, please bring it to the Community Center no later than June 30th.
Those that donate candy will be publicly thanked and recognized on the bag labels with name/logo. This is to minimize the handling/contact and will be bagged sanitarily.

KUCB will Facebook live stream the parade and will be played on Channel 8, and weather dependent we will broadcast it throughout the parade for community members to hear the commentator 😊
We encourage you to include fun & appropriate music! Please limit 3 people per moving float, with groups of no more than 10 individuals may walk, but must remain socially distant*
Parade participants must also wear a mask as protection, as will those watching the parade.

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