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Oakland Park Youth Day Parade 2022

Come be a part of an Oakland Park Tradition

The City of Oakland Park invites you to participate in the upcoming Youth Day Parade. On Saturday, March 5, 2022, the City of Oakland Park will celebrate Youth Day “Where Everyone Can Be a Superhero” which will take place at the Wimberly Field Athletic Complex, 4000 N.E. 3 Avenue, Oakland Park, Florida 33334. 

Youth Day begins with the Youth Day Parade leaving from Jaco Pastorius Park at 10:00 am and making its way to the Wimberly Fields via NE 38th Street.

Keep scrolling for information about how your business can be in the parade!

How Your Business Can Participate

We invite your organization to participate in one of Broward County’s longest running parades by riding alongside some of Oakland Park’s elected officials, community groups, and athletic teams. Come join the beautifully decorated floats, incredible marching bands and thousands of smiling faces as the parade winds its way through Oakland Park, beginning at Jaco Pastorius Park (4000 N. Dixie Highway) and concluding at Wimberly Field Athletic Complex

The 2022 Parade Entry Form and Parade Guidelines is available here. Please fill out the form entirely and return it to Cristina Curry via email Cristina.Curry@OaklandParkFL.gov or to the address listed. The entry deadline is Monday, February 14, 2022. If you have any questions, contact Cristina: 954.630.4507 or Cristina.Curry@OaklandParkFL.gov.

Free Shuttle Ride

Free shuttle rides to and from #OaklandPark Youth Day 2022 Celebration at Wimberly Field. Park downtown and hop on the Youth Day shuttle. Shuttles will run all day from the two parking lots on Dixie Highway at NE 38th Street.

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