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2001-2002 Granada Hills Holiday Parade
and Tree Lighting Program

Sponsored by the Apache Tribe

About the Event

The Granada Hills Holiday Parade is a tradition for the North Valley Program program and arguably one of the funnest events. The Guides and Princesses will get to ride a float in the parade, waving to their adoring fans. There will be music blaring (typically the often over-played, but now expected "YMCA" by The Village People), banners waving and silly string flying. It's a great day.


Sunday, December 2, 2001. We are meeting at 12:30 PM


$5.00 (includes patch)


How to Register: For this event, please pay your chief. Chiefs will collect the money for the tribe, and need to turn in the tribe's payment at the parade to the YMCA staff.


The parade route runs down Chatsworth Blvd. from Petit Ave. to Granada Hills High School just south of Chatsworth on Zelzah. Please click here for directions to the parade starting point. We are meeting on Petit Street, north of Chatsworth.

What to Bring

  • Depending on the weather, jackets to keep warm

  • Lots of Silly String

  • Tribal Banners

Additional Hints

  • Leave your cars at the end of the parade route (Granada Hills High School), and carpool to the start of the parade. It will save you the two (2) mile walk back!

  • Please be a gracious neighbor. While not on the official parade route, don't shoot your silly string. In particular, don't trash the houses at the staging area.

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