Moses Lake Boat Parade is still set to Start at 5:00pm Saturday August 31st at Blue Heron Park
- Blue Heron Park (Mae Valley), Moses Lake, WA
The return of the Moses Lake Boat Parade will start this Saturday, August 31st at Blue Heron Park in the Mae Valley area of Moses Lake.
The event will feature many homemade boats from many local residents. The Parade will start at Blue Heron Park in Mae Valley and will travel the Moses Lake shoreline along W Broadway Ave into the PArker Horn portion of the Lake to the Stratford St bridge then will make a turn around to Cascade Park. The Parade will hug the Cascade Valley shoreline before turning for its home stretch along the Mae Valley shoreline.
Since the parade will be along the shorelines, the main organizer Chris Hanson stated a couple of places to see the event. He said,
“Neppel Landing, Michael’s on the Lake or any of the spots off-Broadway avenue that have a small area to park and see the lake. Also, Cascade Valley park would be good - there’s also restrooms there.”
Hanson also stated that Michael's on the Lake will be hosting a local band while the parade passes by.
The event is free to the public and will take approximately 2hrs to complete the route. Boaters are invited to decorate their boats and join the creations from local resident Mick Hansen that have been seen cruising the lake the past year. There is no entry fee for boaters wanting to join the parade. Personal watercraft, such as kayaks or paddle boards, are not allowed.
For more information on Saturday’s parade, contact Chris Hansen by phone at 509-760-7269 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It's not too late to still sign up!
MLWA 7 Media will be there to interview boaters as well as filming the parade for those who cannot attend.