Entries are sought for the annual Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade. Photo by Lisa Kelly

Entries sought for annual Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade

The 76th annual Plumas-Sierra County Fair Parade will be held  on Saturday, July 29, at 10 a.m. in downtown Quincy.

This year’s parade is shaping up to be better than ever, but there’s just one thing missing – entrants!  This is a wonderful opportunity to build memories with your friends, your family and your neighbors!  The theme this year is “Stars, Stripes and Summer Nights,” and organizers would love to see what this festive and patriotic theme means to you.

Entry forms and rules can be found online at http://www.quincychamber.com/parade, at Plumas Bank or at The Toy Store. Please submit the “Entry Form” & “Hold Harmless Agreement” with $15 entry fee soon to lock in your commitment and help with planning purposes. Cash prizes will be awarded for Float, Bands and Novelty, and ribbons will be judged for Motor Vehicle, Horse and Machinery.

The Quincy Chamber encourages representation from all towns and rural areas of Plumas and Sierra Counties including Quincy, Chester, Portola, Greenville, Graeagle, Meadow Valley, Beckwourth, Cromberg, Loyalton, Sierra Brooks, Downieville, Calpine and more. “Let’s all come together to celebrate our beautiful community and join the fun!”

Call the Quincy Chamber of Commerce today at (530) 394-0541 or email us at [email protected].