Arvada Harvest Festival parade participants showcase entire city

Casey Van Divier
cvandivier@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 9/8/19

This year’s Arvada Harvest Parade took a new route, with the parade beginning at the intersection of Allison Street and Ralston Road on Saturday, Sept. 6. The Western-themed parade continued down …

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Arvada Harvest Festival parade participants showcase entire city

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This year’s Arvada Harvest Parade took a new route, with the parade beginning at the intersection of Allison Street and Ralston Road on Saturday, Sept. 6. The Western-themed parade continued down Ralston Road, with a wide array of participants – schools, city safety personnel, businesses, the mayor and others – interacting with spectators. The 94th annual festival and parade was expected to bring in more than 35,000 attendees, organizers said.

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