The 2018 Annandale Parade
Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00 AM to Noon along Columbia Pike in Annandale. The Annual Parade has been an Annandale tradition since 1950. It promotes community involvement and neighborhood camaraderie while celebrating the rich diversity of Annandale.
Mark your calendar, participate or bring the family to view this Annandale Tradition. Children are invited to wear their Halloween Costumes, to cheer the participants, and to marvel at the exhibits.
Registration forms for the 2018 parade will be available on this website by June 2018.
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The Annandale Parade
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Cited as one of,
"THE BEST SMALL TOWN PARADES IN AMERICA"
The popular Annandale Parade will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2018, beginning at 10:00 am. Marching along Columbia Pike from the historic white church and the Annandale Shopping Center near Gallows Road, all the way to the Bowling Alley-Safeway, thousands of participants from Clowns, Storybook Characters, and Marching Bands to Antique & Military Cars, Fire Trucks, Civic Organizations, Scouts, and beautifully costumed International Dancers will parade before the residents of Greater Annandale. Sponsored by the Annandale Chamber of Commerce, this sixty-eight-year-old tradition only gets bigger and better every year. Register early, before all spaces are taken.
Sponsors of the 2018 Annandale Parade
The 2017 Annandale Parade Marches to Success
The 2017 Annandale Parade marched through the Annandale business district
Featured prominently at the celebration was Boy Scout Troop & Cub Pack 150 who have headed the parade since the beginning of this treasured community event. Bolivian Dance Groups, the Marching Atoms, Code Red Dance Team from AHS, the Stomping Eagles Step Dancing Team, and the Route 66 PT Cruisers provided the variety that spectators have grown to anticipate. Most importantly, many school children, scouts, the American Heritage Girls, Civil Air Cadets, local businesses, including banks, medical practices, insurance agencies, community organizations, Mathnasium, driving schools, and church groups beamed with enthusiasm bringing smiles to everyone.