General Parade Rules
The following are safety rules for assembling your float, for float riders and for people walking with a float.
Anyone standing on a float must have a support of some kind.
Nobody is to be within 24 inches of the edge of a float unless railed in.
Nothing is to cover or drape over the wheels of the float, which may interfere with its movement.
You are required to provide 2 spotters who will walk with your float to ensure these rules are followed.
People walking with a float must stay at least 2 feet from the side of a float.
No one is to get on or off of a float once the parade is moving. This also applies should the parade stop on route.
Handouts of any kind must have prior, written approval from the Bread and Honey Committee.
Nothing is to be thrown into the crowd.
No pamphlets or flyers are to be handed out.
We reserve the right to deny entry to any entrants to the marshalling area after 9:00am on the day of the parade.
The Parade Marshall reserves the right to refuse any entrant he deems to be unsafe, does not conform to theme, or is not adhering to parade rules.
Dogs are not allowed
FRIDAY May 31: 5pm - 11pm
SATURDAY June 1: 10am - 11pm
Parade: 10am - 12pm
SUNDAY June 2: 10am - 6pm
*HST included. 4yrs and under free all weekend!
BUSY BEE ISLAND & KIDS STAGE
SATURDAY June 1: 10am- 6pm
SUNDAY June 2: 10am – 6pm