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50 "Golden Years" of
The Strathmore Ag Society

The SWCC - Strathmore Wheatland Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the SWCC Strathmore Stampede Parade 2023, a celebration of The Ag Society's 50 "Golden Years" of serving the community.

Come and enjoy the festive atmosphere as we pay tribute to our rich agricultural history and vibrant community spirit.

This is a unique opportunity to witness the best of rural Alberta in action, with floats, bands, horses, and more.

Please Read the following regulations carefully and ensure that all members associated with your entry are familiar with these rules and regulations. 
  1. The Town of Strathmore reserves the right to refuse access to the parade by any entry deemed unsuitable or dangerous.
  2. ​No smoking or alcoholic beverages are allowed on parade entries or by parade participants. All units carrying people must be equipped with adequate restraining devices that can reasonably be considered capable of stopping anyone from falling from the unit.
  3. If generators, lighting/ special effects are used, a fire extinguisher must accompany the float.
  4. For safety reasons candy or advertising items may only be handed out along the parade route. Under no circumstances will throwing items from vehicles be allowed. To ensure the comfort and safety of all spectators viewing the parade, water guns or apparatus that shoots water or other material are strictly prohibited.
  5. Ample supervision of children must be provided, prior to and during the parade. The ratio is a minimum of 1 adult to 8 children.
  6. All drivers must have a valid driver’s license and may be asked to present their license when they arrive at the staging area must be kept to a reasonable level during the staging process. The only time required for sirens, blowing of horns, or playing loud music is during the parade itself. Suitable noise levels will be determined by the Town of Strathmore staff and any requests to adjust sound levels must be obeyed. Noise
  7. Those who wish to bike, skateboard, rollerblade, scooter, use ATV’s etc. during the parade must wear proper protective equipment, especially helmets (regardless of age).
  8. Town of Strathmore staff and law enforcement officers have the right to pull the livestock entry off the route at the first suitable location if the managing of any livestock should be a problem.
  9. All participants must assume all liability relating to or arising from their involvement in the Strathmore Stampede Parade. The applicant will hold the Town Of Strathmore and its volunteers harmless of any and all claims, actions or causes arising from their participation (see attached liability waiver).
  10. In the event of an EMERGENCY, parade participants must move to the RIGHT of the parade route to allow clear access for Emergency Vehicles. In the event of a large emergency and the parade must stop, turn into the nearest intersection to your right and cautiously proceed back to the staging area for further direction.

Check Out Last Years Fun........

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