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OREGON CITY TEDDY BEAR PARADE
Saturday, May 20th, 2017!
 
Download 2017 Parade Application

 
OUR PURPOSE
 
The Teddy Bear Parade one of Oregon City's signature events. It’s a one-hour processional over a 1.10 Mile route. The Teddy Bear Parade has been a community highlight for Oregon City and Clackamas County for the past 20 years. The Teddy Bear Parade  gathers NEW teddy bears and stuffed animals that are given to law enforcement agencies, fire departments, emergency rooms, children’s hospitals and women’s shelters in Clackamas County. These stuffed animals are then distributed to children throughout our community who need comfort in times of crisis. The parade is also a time for us to honor our  emergency personnel who protect the entire community. 
 

Parade Questions:

Email Michelle Don

mdon@citizensebank.com

 

Michelle Don 503-518-8808
 
 
 
 

20th Annual Teddy Bear Parade

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Check-in starts at 9:00 a.m.

Parade begins at 10:30 a.m. SHARP!

 

 

Check-in Procedure and Staging Map:

 

Check-In Procedure:

 

  • Please have your group plan to meet you at your assigned staging area.  A staging manager will be available to direct individuals to your location if they are lost. 
  • Assign ONE representative of your group to check-in at the check-in booth at Liberty Plaza between 8th and 9th on Main Street. 
  • Enjoy the Parade!

 

Click PARADE STAGING MAP to Enlarge:

 

 2017 Parade Route

 Due to construction the parade route will be modified for 2017

The parade begins at 10th and Mian Street in Oregon City.

The parade will turn right at 14th and Main and continue for one blocT then turn left onto Washington Street

The parade will proceed down washington Street

Turning in to the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Winding through the outer perimeter of the parking lot and ending

2017 Grand Marshal

Ashley Naber hails from Oregon City, Oregon. The 23-year-old has been competing in Special Olympics for more than a dozen years and will represent her country in cross-country skiing in Austria.