41st Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days Celebration

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  • PARADE APPLICATION

    All entries must be received or sent by Monday, October 9, 2017. Please consult the PARADE RULES before filling out this form.

  • About You and/or Your Organization: All paperwork, maps, instructions, etc., will be sent to the person and address listed here, so please help us out by being accurate and clear!


  • APPLICATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2017

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  • PARADE RULES & REGULATIONS – Please read carefully

    PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!

    1. Only walkers will be allowed to hand out candy or other items. Throwing candy causes dangerous situations as children run to collect candy off the street. Drivers have difficulty seeing children dash around the vehicles. Please protect the safety of our children and respect this regulation by “handing” out candy to the spectators.
    2. Each float should have at least four (4) walkers; each decorated vehicle should have at least two (2) walkers. Each parade entry should keep the flow of the parade continuous and should not stop or slow the parade down.
    3. Special requests for the lineup will be considered but not guarantee.
    4. The Fort Mojave Indian Days Parade Committee has the sole authority to accept or reject any application.
    5. By participating in the 41st Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days Parade, you agree that the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is not responsible for any accident, injuries, or other circumstances that may occur.
    6. Applications submitted after the deadline date (Monday, October 9, 2017) will NOT be eligible to be judged.
    7. Entries will be judged during the parade and award trophies will be presented at 12:00 p.m. during the Entertainment portion of the Mojave Days, Saturday, October 21, 2017.
    8. This year’s 41st Annual Fort Mojave Indian Days parade theme is “Water Is Life”. Your entry will be judged on how well it represents the overall theme. BE CREATIVE!

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