Parade scheduled for November 6, 2022
We have missed the community event of the Jack Frost Parade and are excited to announce its return in 2022! We look forward to the thousands of people gathered along the side streets of Robesonia, watching bands, floats, dancers, groups of children, string bands, and many big balloons! The parade continues to be a huge success in our community. There are hundreds of participants and thousands watching, with some saying it was one of the best parades they have ever seen!
The 2022 Jack Frost Parade will continue to build on the traditions of the past, while looking to give back to the community. The 2022 Jack Frost Parade will continue the tradition of scholarships, with two scholarship winners (a male and female senior at Conrad Weiser). The parade will also include a canned food collection for the Conrad Weiser Food Pantry as well as the opportunity to donate to help support next year’s parade. The parade route will be the same, right down 422, beginning at the Conrad Weiser Middle School. We plan to have bands, floats and a few more surprises.
Students interested in applying for the scholarship should check back here for the application in late summer.
Information for Participants
Everyone is welcome to join in the parade…individuals, families and groups. Scouts, dance troupes, folks with vintage cars or motorcycles, sports teams, church groups, and more are encouraged to march in this community event. Prizes will be awarded to individuals, groups and floats.
Here is this year’s route: 2022 Jack Frost Parade Route
Registration for the 2022 Parade is closed.
Information for Sponsors
It takes a lot of money to put on a parade, the last parade cost more than $30,000.00. So we are looking to area businesses to help us make this day even more of a celebration.
We depend on the generous donations of our business partners to help us make this parade a success.
We hope that you will want to be a part of this fun community endeavor that has a great impact in community pride and support.
Both businesses and individuals are welcome to sponsor this event.
2019 Scholarship Winners: Kalea Gregoris and Matt Noll