Register now: Auburn Days Parade set for Aug. 10

Parade is part of the AuburnFest celebration

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Registration remians open for the Auburn Days Parade set for 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, on Main Street in downtown.

Apply online or download a parade application.

The parade, sponsored in part by Coordinated Care, will feature a variety of drill teams, dancers, antique tractors and classic cars. The Parade honors and celebrates the beauty, hospitality, friendliness, quality of life and diversity of the greater Auburn community.

The parade route travels west along Main Street from E Street Northeast to A Street Northwest.

Sponsored in part by the Muckleshoot Indian Casino and Coordinated Care, AuburnFest is a fun family-friendly summer festival celebrating Auburn and its community.

For complete event information and application or entry forms, visit auburnwa.gov/auburnfest, call 253-804-5049, or email auburnfest@auburnwa.gov.

THE LINEUP

The Auburn Days Parade is part of the overall AuburnFest celebration. Additional event components include:

• Friday, Aug. 9 | Almost 5K Poker Fun Run | 7 p.m. | Les Gove Park

A fun run staged in conjunction with the Summer Sounds & Cinema concert and outdoor movie at Les Gove Park. Register online or download the entry form.

• Saturday, Aug. 10 | AuburnFest | 11 a.m.-7 p.m. | Les Gove Park

AuburnFest will include two entertainment stages, a beer garden, food vendors, craft and specialty vendors, community and nonprofit vendors, a literary showcase, a super slide, inflatables, a rock-wall, a train, pony rides, mini golf and more. Les Gove Park also includes a fantastic playground, a spraypark, and the Auburn Community & Event Center and The REC Teen Center. General vendor application and sponsor opportunities.

Entertainment for the day from: Wally & The Beavs; The Nate Botsford Band; The Fabulous Murphtons; Folsom Prisim (Johnny Cash Tribute) and others.

• Saturday, Aug. 11 | Cruise-In | 10 a.m.-3 p.m. | Les Gove Park

A fun Cruise-In as part of the Auburn Farmers Market. Accommodating as many cars as safely possible. The Cruise-In will be on the grass field adjacent to the market. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. Cruise-In participants must use the entrance at 12th Street Southeast and J Street Southeast.

For complete event information and application or entry forms, visit auburnwa.gov/auburnfest, call 253-804-5049, or email auburnfest@auburnwa.gov.


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