NEW!!!! You can now apply for the parade ONLINE!!! See the forms page

This year’s theme, “Strength in Numbers,” represents our tight-woven community spirit, how, as a town, we come together and get things done in a way that makes Mill Valley the best place to live in America! Let’s get those Parade entries in! We’re anticipating a big turnout this year. Let’s get together with your friends, neighbors, and local organizations and make this the best parade ever.

Get your K-8 kid’s essay “What does Memorial Day mean to me and my family” submitted before May 17 and find out if their essay was one of three winners. Veterans Ceremony Winning essay writers read their essays at the Veterans Ceremony and ride with special acknowledgment in the parade!

Come to the Volunteer Fire Department pancake breakfast and the KIDDO! Carnival and after Parade party. The Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade is right around the corner! The Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade Mill Valley’s biggest annual event is Monday, May 27, 2024

The parade starts with the very special Veterans Ceremony, which includes the student K-8 essay contest “What does Memorial Day mean to me,” beginning at 9:45 am at Lytton Square, followed by the parade at 10:30 am.

The I Love a Parade committee, Larry ‘The Hat’ Lautzker, Paul Moe, and Clifford Waldeck invite you to get together with your neighbors and friends or support local organizations and create wondrous floats. Enter your Classic Car, bring your pet kangaroo, and get creative! We’re returning the glory days of Mill Valley Parades, Color Guard, Great floats, Dogs marching, and Classic Cars, with trophies for best in all (see entry form) categories.

A heads up to the Bad Fashion offenders in our community: The Famous4 Fashion Police will be out in force, protecting our children from being exposed to the damage caused by reckless coordination, wardrobe expired, bad banana khaki karma, excessive accessorizing and other violations that harm our kids sense of fashion understanding and confidence. All your favorite organizations will be there with new entries, neighborhood friends, and families creating their one-of-a-kind floats and participation.


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