2018 Jackson County Rose Parade
Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
“Celebrating 60 Years!”
Starting at 1pm…..
Thanks to all for making the 2018 Jackson County Rose Parade a great success! We look forward to having you at our next events, The Miss Jackson County Teen USA and The Miss Jackson County RoseQueen USA Pageants on August 10 and 11 at Western Performing Arts Center.
The Rose Parade is a celebration for local organizations to honor and reward individuals and groups. The Parade allows schools, scouting troops, churches, civic organizations and businesses to promote a positive image of themselves and the Jackson area. The Rose Parade is one of the largest in Michigan with over 100 entries. The parade route is from the corner of S. Jackson Street and Greenwood Avenue to Fourth Street, ending at the Middle School at Parkside. Parade staging is on W. Wesley, W. Franklin, and W. Mason streets between S. Jackson Street and First Street.
Weather will be reviewed the morning of the parade.
The parade is on unless it is lightning in the area of the parade staging streets or along the parade route. The parade will go off at 1:00 pm through the rain. Only cancelled due to lightning.
If you choose to participate in the rain, it is your personal decision to do so. We do want you to consider your own safety when making this decision.
Staging begins at 11:00 am and the Parade starts at 1:00 pm.
Judging will be from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Honoring Barbara (Belford) Fletcher
The 2015 Jackson County Rose Parade was held in honor of Barbara (Belford) Fletcher of Largo, FL who passed away in December 2014. Barbara was responsible for starting the Jackson County Rose Parade 58 years ago.