Participate in the 2011 Fremont Solstice Parade

    Are you interested in participating in the parade? 

     Parade Rules are few & simple:
    ☼  No printed words or logos

    ☼  No live animals (except guide animals)
    ☼  No motorized vehicles
    ☼  No actual weapons or fire

     

Clownland Security Wants YOU!
 
Need some questions answered before you decide to be a part of the parade?  

Read over the  FAQs

 

    You may find answers here that you were thinking about asking, but didn’t know who to ask!
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    ENSEMBLES:
    Ensembles are groups of 5 or more parade participants, or those wanting to include a float, large puppet, or have music/sound. We ask all ensembles to register for the  parade.
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    REGISTER:
    Its easy & there are a couple of ways to do it:
    - Fill out PARADE REGISTRATION online
    - Fill out a paper copy of the form by printing a pdf version 2011 Manual Parade Registration, fill out and returned to:
    Fremont Solstice Parade ~ Registration, 3940 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
    Only one form is needed per group.  It is not necessary for everyone in your group to fill out a form.
    To learn more about what is expected or what to expect as an ensemble, take a look at the Ensemble Logistics and share this information with everyone in your group.
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    FAQ’S  
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    VOLUNTEER:Would you like to VOLUNTEER? (Click on that link for a list of opportunities.)We need lots of hands before, during, and after the parade & we’d love to hear from you. ~

    SOLSTICE PAINTED CYLISTS:
     
    “Naked” & “nude” are misnomers, all of the cyclists are PAINTED.
    It is a “Parade For Arts’ Sake” and we encourage everyone to use lots of artistry when considering being involved in the parade.
    The Solstice Painted Cyclists group has a website: http://solsticecyclist.org/
    Where you can find out more information about what they do & how. 
     
    If you plan on participating as a painted cyclist, please be aware of the parade rules noted above (they are
    few & simple.)
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    We look forward to celebrating the Solstice with you!

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