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Frisco Community Parade
November 11 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join us as we walk in Frisco’s Community Parade alongside Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from across the city!
Please be sure to wear your full Cub Scout uniform (tucked-in blue or tan button-down shirt with neckerchief, hat, etc).
Before the Parade (8-10am):
- Roads begin to close at 6am (see road closure map).
- Arrive by 8am parking on the westside of Toyota Stadium (Google Maps link) then walking to the staging area on the eastside of the stadium.
- We are part of “BSA Iron Horse District” and #63 in the parade line-up in the blue staging area (see staging map).
- Check-in with Cubmaster Matt where your Scout can join his den.
- Families should grab a spot along the parade route.
- Scouts will need their uniform, water, and some entertainment (frisbee, football, cards, video games, etc) while waiting to start the parade. Backpacks and snacks are encouraged.
During the Parade (10am start time):
- The parade officially begins at 10am. We will be walking along Main St from Toyota Stadium to N County Rd (~1 mile).
- Pack 443 will walk together as part of the larger Iron Horse group of Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA.
- We should be towards the middle of the parade this year.
- Look for our large Pack 443 flag to find us. Several of our oldest boys will take turns carrying it along the route.
- We will have candy to pass out but remind your Scout to never throw the candy.
After the Parade:
- Pack 443 will NOT walk the return leg with the rest of the participants.
- Instead, we will gather just east of the parade route in the parking lot of Frisco Family Services Market on the northside of Main St.
- A small group of volunteers will shuttle Scouts back to the westside stadium parking lot where Scouts will be checked-out back to their families.
- Please be sure to check-out with Cubmaster Matt before leaving with your Scout.
For more details, including multiple maps, visit the Frisco Parade website.