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Junior Parade

Join us for the parade for everyone! The Junior Parade has grown into Southwest Florida's largest youth parade that involves children of all ages. It showcases the talent and creativity of area children, families, and organizations.

To become a part of the Junior Parade, follow these steps as shown below:

  1. Review the Junior Parade Rules and Regulations
  2. Fill out an Junior Parade Application Form
  3. Complete the Script Form
  4. Have each participant (including walkers and float riders) fill out the Festival Indemnification Form (share the online form link to all participants)
  5. Complete Festival Insurance Form
    • This is to protect your and your organization being covered in case an accident occurs. The Edison Festival of Light and the City of Fort Myers should be listed on your insurance policy as additional insureds. The policy should be a minimum of $1 million general liability. If you do not have the insurance, you can look at options online (ACE is one option).
    • The Festival Insurance Form allows you to upload the certificate of insurance listing the Edison Festival of Light and the City of Fort Myers as additional insured.

Not sure about what to do with your parade entry? Contact us by filling out this Inquiry Form for assistance with floats or other specialty units.
Junior Parade Application
Junior Parade Application
Feb 10, 2019 | 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Application for a unit in the Junior Parade
Script Form
Script Form
Script form for television broadcast of the Junior Parade and the Grand Parade of Light
Participant Indemnification Form
Participant Indemnification Form
Indemnification form that is to be filled out by all parade participants, including walkers and float riders.
Festival Insurance Form
Festival Insurance Form
Insurance submission to have coverage to protect organizations from any issues with spectators. Selection of user insurance.
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