#yorkhalloween17

FREE COMMUNITY EVENT

October 29, 2017

2pm-4pm

the 68th annual York Halloween parade presented by York traditions bank

October 29, 2017 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm

get ready for a thrilling-good tradition in York county!

• Date & Time: Sunday, October 29, 2-4pm

 

• Route: Market Street from Richland Avenue to Broad Street

 

• Organizers: The York Halloween Parade presented by York Traditions Bank is produced by Eventive: Events Fueled by York Revolution.  The York Halloween Parade, now in its 68th year, is a fantastic event for family and community to enjoy!

 

• Parade Supporters: Presented by York Traditions Bank with returning additional sponsors!

 

• Grand Marshal: Coming soon!

 

• Theme: Coming Soon!

 

• Registration & Vendors: Online registration coming soon!

 

• Non-Profit Registration: Pick up your applications starting August 1st at any York Traditions Bank location to receive a voucher for a fee waiver.  Waiver will eliminate the $50 registration cost. Waiver can only be obtained at York Traditions Bank branches.  Click here for branch locations.

 

• Spectators & Volunteers: Up-to-date information is available right here!

 

• Marching Bands: Coming Soon!

 

• Family Fun Zone presented by CGA Law Firm: At the North side of Market Street where it intersects George Street, the Family Fun Zone will run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature inflatables, games, activities and music!

 

be a part of the procession!

 

parade route vendors! applications  now available

click here for application

click here for city permit

get spooked into the season!

YORK TRADITIONS BANK SUPPORTS local EVENTS

If you like seeing great things happen in York County, take a look at York Traditions Bank and the customer-focused approach that works "Because We Live Here Too!"

CHECK OUT YORK TRADITIONS BANK

Contact Us

Need help finding something or want more details?  Give us a call or email!

Contact Eventive Coordinator - Leonna Elliott

EMAIL LEONNA

717-801-4487 ext. 237

thank you to the supporting York county businesses who contribute to making this community event possible: