The Laguna Beach
Patriot's Day Parade
2018 parade theme:
“Waves of Freedom”
Our 2018 theme is "Waves of Freedom". Our community is located on the Pacific coast, so waves have always been a part of our lives. Indeed, the flag waving above the shore at Monument Point is an iconic image of Laguna Beach. That image reminds us how freedom has grown in our nation since its founding in 1776. Beginning with the Bill of Rights in our Constitution, we can trace our "waves of freedom" through its amendments such as the right to due process, the abolition of slavery, and the granting of voting rights to women and minorities. Waves ebb and flow and that is why we believe that the many freedoms in our republic should be treasured and never taken for granted.
2018 Parade Honorees are
||Citizen of the year
|Laguna Beach Art Museum
||Artist of the Year
|Laguna Beach Water Polo Foundation 10u-12u-14u Girls Junior Olympic Champs
||Athlete of the Year
|Joseph (Joey) Ravenna and Marisa Schatz
||2018 Junior Citizens of the year
||2018 Essay Contest Winner
|Jackson Blake Pihl
||2018 Cover Artist
the first Saturday of each March, a hundred marching units assemble in
Laguna Beach to step off in the annual Laguna Beach Parade. For over fifty
years Orange County has enjoyed the parade and its entrants, the celebrities
and music, and the community spirit of this charming city by the sea.
in the popular event range from civic and veterans organizations to school
bands, floats, vintage automobiles, and light-hearted novelty groups.
The parade also honors citizens who have served the community and those
who have served the nation in time of war or national emergency.
parade site is intended to give you all the information you need
to enjoy or participate in the Laguna Beach Parade. Please take a look
around and enjoy the celebration.
Laguna Beach Parade
Officers of the 2018 Parade
The 2018 Laguna
Beach Patriot's Day Parade Committee
The individuals in the 2018 parade committee are:
Treasurer/Entry Chair Sandi Werthe, Vice President Charlie Quilter,
President Chris Tomlin, Secretary Frank Daniel
AlsoTom Fay, Elizabeth Tomlin, Ed Hanke, Kathleen Fay, Jean Law,
Sande St. John, Michael Lyons, Jim Rue, Kathy Hanke, “Diz” D’Isabella, John Kountz
The City of Laguna Beach
Beach Parade Map and Diagram
of Laguna Beach
Check this site regularly for plans for the 2018 parade,
scheduled as usual for the first Saturday in March!
UP NEXT - The
52th annual Laguna Beach Parade,
will occur on Saturday,
March 3, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
featuring community groups, imaginative floats,
spirited marching bands
and more from throughout the Southland.
Deadline for entries
is about January 12th.
Deadline for copy to be placed in the parade program
is January 8th.
The 52nd Annual Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade
Laguna Beach, CA 92652-5147
To contact the parade committee dial: (949)
494-6016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weather in March 2017 was PERFECT for a parade
and a good time was had by all!
VIDEOS from 2017
Grand Marshal's Trophy goes to #46 LB Sister Cities Assn and Fete de la Musique
Band Association Sweepstakes Trophy goes to #42 Bassett High School of La Puente
#51 Oak Avenue Middle School Marching Band and Model A club
#37 The Girl Scouts
#34 Pageant of the Masters
#83 Mater Dei High School Marching Band
#61 Pacific Marine Mammal Rescue and Laguna Laughter Club
#56 Susan G Komen Race for the Cure
#79 Northview High School Marching Band
#86 Spurs and Satin
Here also is a selection of photos from the 2017 Parade.
Also, a library of Youtube videos of marching bands from past parades can be found here
This page was created by LagunaWebs.com last updated January 11, 2018