The registration window for the Monument Hill Kiwanis 4th of July Parade is open through June 27th. This year’s parade will step off at 10:00 AM, the children’s parade precedes it beginning at 9:45 AM.
Each year, the Club organizes and operates a parade of well over 100 units through downtown Monument which is viewed by more than 15,000 spectators. Your organization, club, or business can participate in what has been called “the biggest small-town parade in America.”
This year’s parade theme is “The Greatest Generation – Honoring our WWII Veterans.” Our theme honors all those who served our nation, at home and abroad, at a time of great risk to the future of the world. We honor them with our parade because their effort, in the face of great personal sacrifice, protected our nation—and the world—from the threat of a ruthless government and a future without democracy. We honor them for the independence and liberty they helped to preserve so that we may celebrate a brighter future.
For the Children’s Parade there is no entry fee/registration. All children are welcomed, and parents may accompany their children. For safety reasons motorized bikes, scooters, etc. are not allowed.
For the Main Parade, there is a registration fee of $65 to help offset the cost of the parade. Bands, veteran’s & military groups, 1st responders, & school groups are exempt from the fee.
Parade information, rules, & registration are available at MHKiwanis.org.