Date: Sunday November 19th, 2017
Start Time: 4:30pm
The lining up of float vehicles begins at 2:00pm around the track, at the Belleville Fairgrounds (corner of Bridge Street West & Sidney Street).
Walkers & riders need to arrive by 4:oopm to get into the lineup.
Leave the Fairgrounds property exiting onto Sidney Street, turning east along Bridge Street to Front Street, travelling up Front Street to the junction of Station &Pinnacle, heading over the bridge and north on North Front Street ending at the corner of King George Square and North Front Streets beside ReMAX Quinte and the Metro grocery store.
Provided flow is continuous, it should take 1:15 hours to pass by.
Registration For Participants: Please Note Registration is now FULL and we are unable to accept anymore floats!
This process begins on Thursday, October 19th in person at The Belleville Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Centre in the Log Cabin at 5 Moira Street East, Belleville (corner of Pinnacle & Moira at the bridge) between 8:30am & 4:30pm Monday through Friday
Deadline For Participation:
Friday November 10th
$20 Cash Only
An official receipt will be issued to all participants.
This fee applies to ALL participants without exception.
Rules & Regulations:
All registrants will receive an info package when they register describing in details all aspects of the parade including a complete list of rules & regulations.
A few of the most important rules are:
- darkness falls just as this parade begins so lighting is a must, and there is no such thing as “too many lights”
- music is mandatory and can be pre-recorded or live
- floats need to have a theme relating to the Christmas season
- the handing out of treats, promo items etc. to the crowds is encouraged, however, items cannot be thrown from floats as that is too dangerous
- this is a rain/shine/snow/sleet event
*Please note registration forms must be dropped off in person, and registration is not official until the registration fee is paid in full*
4 x $100 Quinte Mall gift cards, and a Certificate, will be awarded to float entrants for …
Best Use of Seasonal Lighting
Best LIVE Music
Most Impressive Display of Community Spirit
Best Overall Theme (ie. Christmas In Whoville, Twas’ The Night Before Christmas, A Charlie Brown Christmas, a live nativity scene, etc.)
For further information contact Parade Coordinator Susan Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendars also for the official opening of Christmas At The Pier, Friday, November 17th (Jane Forrester Park at Meyers Pier)