North Aurora Community Parade
The 5th Annual North Aurora Community Parade took place on June 1, 2014 at 3 pm. Please take a look at the applications for our Parade King and Queen Scholarship, as well as applications to march in the parade to prepare for next year's parade.
The parade begins at Clocktower Plaza on the corner of Randall and Oak Streets, proceeds east on Oak, south on Adams Street, east on Route 56, and ends at North Aurora Island Park on the riverfront. Following the parade, the North Aurora River District Alliance sponsors a Post-Parade Party with food vendors, family-friendly activities, and the annual Rubber Duck Race.
Parade King & Queen Contest
Interested in a college scholarship? Enter the 2015 Parade King & Queen Contest! The North Aurora Mothers Club will award two $1,000 scholarships, one each to the King and Queen of our annual Community Parade. The deadline to apply will be announced, but it's never too early to start planning. Download last year's application for more information:
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Year's Marching Applications
If your organization would like to march in the North Aurora Community Parade, please use one of the online applications below!
- Application for Business, Commercial & Political Units
- Application for NABA Teams
- Application for all other Units
All groups marching in the parade must adhere to the North Aurora Community Parade Rules and Safety Guidelines.
Parade News & Updates
Become a Facebook Fan of the Community Parade
Join the North Aurora Community Parade Facebook fan page, and keep updated on all parade news and plans!