Frontier Day Parade
The Rotary Club's Annual Frontier Day is a tribute to Alvin area Citizens with a parade beginning at 9:00 a.m. on the appointed date. We invite you to participate in the parade and will be honored if you accept our invitation. In order to defray our expenses for the parade, we're asking for a $20.00 fee per entry (per auto). Click on the Application button on the left for an application form. Please return the entry card as soon as possible, to Edward Jones, Bill Nelson, 1601 S. Gordon, Alvin, Texas 77511 (next to HEB gas station) along with your fee, no later than Friday, April 26, 2013, so that we can prepare a place for you in the parade.
Last year, there were over 200 entries in the parade, and it appears there will be even more this year. An estimated 20,000 people watched last year's parade, and this year's crowd is expected to be even greater. Frontier Day is a tradition in Alvin, and it is good family-style entertainment enjoyed by visitors from surrounding communities. Therefore, we ask you to please refrain from using water balloons and / or water guns in any fashion.
The Parade line up begins at 7:30 a.m., Saturday at the North side of Alvin High School football stadium parking lot. There will be Rotarians to give you a numbered place card and direct you to your spot in the parade.
We sincerely hope you will find it possible to be our parade guest and remain as long as your desire to enjoy the Frontier Day fun and good food.
If you have any questions about the parade, please contact:
Bill Nelson/Nancy Elsner
ph. (281) 388-0616