St. Johns Parade
Saturday, May 13th, 2017.
54th Annual St. Johns Parade Pin from 2016 shown above
The theme for the upcoming 55th Annual St. Johns Parade.A Whimsical Adventure
The parade is on the 2nd Saturday in May each year, promptly at noon.
2017 Parade Theme will be selected by the committee.
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We hope to see you all there. Thank you for participating in this home town, family oriented parade.
Entry forms must be received by May 1st. Please see the Entry Packet link at the top of the page. You may complete your entry online or download, print, fill out, and mail to the committee. We prefer you to register online.
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The St. Johns Parade has been a tradition in the North Portland area since 1962. People from near and far look forward to this event every year. Many families have their favorite viewing spot and many who have moved away come home for this special week-end to watch the floats, bands, drill teams, and horses. Parade participants from the early years are now watching their children and grandchildren as they march or ride the parade route. The parade kicks off every year on the 2nd Saturday in May - promptly at noon.
The parade is a free event! Anyone can enter – young and old!
Follow the directions to the parade. Be sure to read the Safety Information and Waiver of Liability.
The parade committee is always in need of volunteers. If you can help with organizing the event or want to help on parade day, see the Volunteer link at the top of the page. Please contact the parade committee volunteer coordinator at email@example.com if you have questions.
Parade Committee Contact Information:
The Chair of the St. Johns Parade Committee is Barb Legge. If you have questions that have not been answered after reading or have special needs, please contact Barb.
Barbara Legge, Chair
The St. Johns Bizaare is managed by a separate organization. See StJohnsBizaare.com. We cannot answer questions about that event.