2013 Pioneer Days Parade
THEME: “Home is Where the Heart is"
2012 Pioneer Day Photos
Parker 1st Ward
Parker 1st Ward
Novelty Float Winners
1st Place: Evans Hairstyling 2nd Place: BYU-Idaho 3rd Place: Broulims
PARADE: The parade will begin at the South Fremont High School parking lot and travel south on Bridge Street to Third North; then turn east traveling around Horsey Park; then south on Fifth East for one block to First North; then west crossing Bridge Street passing the Fremont County Courthouse; to Fifth West then turn north to Fourth North; then east to First West; then north back to the high school parking lot where it will disband.
Date: Saturday, July 27th
Start time: 10:30 a.m.
Fremont County Pioneer Days Parade Entry Forms
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PIONEER DAYS PARADE JUDGING CRITERIA FOR FLOATS AND ENTRIES
Only those entries that request to participate in judging will be judged. Please indicate on the entry form. Participants in the float categories are eligible to win cash prizes if chosen for Grand Prize, first, second or third place winners in their category.
Floats will be judged on eye appeal (25 points), originality (20 points), workmanship (20 points), adherence to the theme (15 points):
"Home is Where the Heart is”. The clever use of moving parts (15 points) and music or sound (5 points). The top ranking floats are most often very colorful and use a clever slogan or representation of the theme. Judges also rank the top 4 floats from 1-4 independent of the total score. Floats can be any size, but the larger the float, the more competitive it will be to win. The average major float size is 24 feet long.
Novelty floats are less elaborate and use fewer materials than the major floats, and are generally much smaller in size. Novelty floats could include decorated vehicles, wagons, handcarts, etc. Adherence to the theme is NOT important. If your float is not a part of the parade theme it would most always belong in the novelty float section. There are cash prizes for novelty floats so please don’t be afraid to enter in this category, it can be worth it!
Marching bands will not be judged however, they will be paid $100.00 for participation as long as they are marching and performing. Bands are welcome to ride on a vehicle in the parade but will not be paid for doing so.
Dance and drill teams are judged along the parade route. Equal consideration is given to the group appearance, smiling, coordination of the members, and technique. Some consideration is given to choice of music and ability of the group to move forward along the parade route. Local dance talent will judge teams.
Horses and Posses will not be judged.
Cars will not be judged