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Call for Blackfalds Days 2019 Parade submissions

The theme for 2019 is ‘Small Town, Big Dreams’

The Town of Blackfalds is looking forward to another exciting, fun-filled family weekend with Blackfalds Days from June 14-16, 2019.

Every year, the Town hosts Blackfalds Days to showcase pride for the community and have residents enjoy free family friendly events all around town. One of its feature events, the Blackfalds Days Parade, is set to go on Saturday morning, June 15 and the Town wants to remind businesses and residents that the May 24 parade entry deadline is fast approaching.

The theme for 2019 is “Small Town, Big Dreams.”

There is no entry fee and parade entrants will need to provide proof of insurance.

You can find the parade application forms on the Town website at blackfalds.com/events or for a copy of the parade package, contact Jill Spiess at FCSS for all the details.

For more information about Blackfalds Days and the Parade, please visit blackfalds.com/events.

-Submitted by the Town of Blackfalds

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