The Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival will once again host the Annual Bread and Honey Parade on Saturday June 3rd, 2017.
Please use the Forms & Contacts below and join us in creating a great 2017 Bread & Honey Festival Parade!
|Parade Forms & Info:|
|Contact:||Lucie (Parade Chair)|
-- Space is Limited! --
|Online Form for: Volunteer Parade Participation Only|
|The Corporate Entry Fee for 2017 is $200|
Apply Using the Online Float Form:
THE FOLLOWING ROADWAYS WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE FESTIVAL
Saturday June 3rd 2017 - 7:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon
Britannia Road between Erin Mills Parkway and Queen Street South.
Milcreek Drive between Hogan Drive and Britannia Road.
9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Main Street from Queen Street South to Church Street
Bristol Road from Rivergrove Avenue to Main Street.
Queen Street South from Britannia Road to Erin Centre Blvd.
There will be no parking on Queen Street South, Joymar Drive, Brookside Drive, Pioneer Drive and Theodore Drive during these time periods.
Saturday June 3rd 2017 from 9:00 a.m. and Sunday June 4th 2017 6:00 p.m.
Church Street between Old Pine Street and Queen Street South
We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause and hope that you, your family & friends enjoy the parade.
The parade will start at Queen Street South (Mississauga Road) at Britannia Road at 10:00a.m sharp and staging will begin at 8.00a.m. on Britannia Road west of Queen Street using the east and westbound lanes.
The parade will proceed south on Queen Street. All walkers will turn off at Old Station Road which is the end of the parade for them. All floats and vehicles must proceed to Reid Drive to disband." There will be very limited turning at Church Street.
Acceptance of all entries will be acknowledged with a complete information package including transportation instructions, suggested drop off and pick up points, your position in the parade, your access to the line-up, the time you are expected to be there and details of marshalling areas etc. you can expect this by the middle of May.
There will be no 'throw outs' allowed on the parade route. 'Hand outs' may be allowed with committee approval. Please request this in writing (with details of the 'Hand Out' content) and submit with your parade application.
No more than 2 signs per entrant no larger than 2’ x 4’ in size OR 1 (one) banner no larger than 2’ x 6’.
It is assumed that your entry is self-sufficient and you will be responsible to acquire your own float or flatbed. Any mechanical failures or breakdowns are your responsibility. If there are animals as part of your entry, you are responsible for all clean up.
All applications for entry into the parade are subject to the approval of the Bread and Honey Committee. Each entry will be considered on its own merit.
The following are safety rules for assembling your float, for float riders and for people walking with a float.
- Anyone standing on a float must have a support of some kind.
- Nobody is to be within 24 inches of the edge of a float unless railed in.
- Nothing is to cover or drape over the wheels of the float, which may interfere with its movement.
- You are required to provide 2 spotters who will walk with your float to ensure these rules are followed.
- People walking with a float must stay at least 2 feet from the side of a float.
- No one is to get on or off of a float once the parade is moving. This also applies should the parade stop on route.
- Handouts of any kind must have prior, written approval from the Bread and Honey Committee.
- Nothing is to be thrown into the crowd.
- No pamphlets or flyers are to be handed out.
- We reserve the right to deny entry to any entrants to the marshalling area after 9:00am on the day of the parade.
- The Parade Marshall reserves the right to refuse any entrant he deems to be unsafe, does not conform to theme, or is not adhering to parade rules.
- Dogs are not allowed
The following guidelines are to be followed by all distributors. Please complete this form and submit with your written application for permission to distribute handouts. Submission of the application and this sheet does not assume approval. You will be informed in a timely basis after May 10, 2017.
- Distributed items must be primarily for the entertainment and enjoyment of those who are watching the Parade.
- Pamphlets and flyers are not to be distributed as they distract from the Parade and create excessive litter.
- The distributing group should have sufficient items so that they can be distributed along the entire route.
- Items are only to be distributed between the official start and finish, which is Queen Street South between Britannia Road and Old Station Road.
- Edible items are to be individually wrapped or packaged.
- For proper distribution system, you will require distributors, stock managers and spotters.
- Distributors work along both sides of the parade handing the items to the spectators at the curbside clear of the traffic flow.
- Stock managers remain with the vehicle bagging the items for the distributors.
- Spotters are positioned between the vehicle and the curbside ensuring that all distributors are clear of the vehicle when it is moving.
- Under no circumstances are workers to move on or off the vehicle or float during the parade.
- Experience indicates that a minimum of 6 distributors, 2 stock managers and 2 spotters are required for a safe and timely distribution. This minimum is based on the distributors being able to carry at least 100 items at a time. If distributors cannot carry 100 items then additional distributors are required and possibly additional stock managers.
- Distributors should be at least sixteen(16) years of age.
Don't Forget ! On B&H Parade Morning:
Eden Community Food Bank will have drop-off bins during the parade Saturday morning near Second Cup and also at the arena entrance and at the community table for Eden Community Food Bank in the upper lot. Donations of non-perishable food are welcome.
PLEASE: No Dogs, Bicycles, Rollerblades, Scooters or Skateboards in the Park.