The Atlanta Purim Parade & Festival is a time-honored tradition, bringing together synagogues, camps, schools, organizations, and local businesses for a fun, family-friendly parade & festival. With costumed marchers, decorative floats, music, giveaways and more, the parade is a great way to celebrate the upcoming holiday of Purim, and the month of Adar when joy is increased. It’s also a great way to promote your organization or business – for free! Business floats can hand out cards, small prizes, or individually wrapped kosher treats to parade attendees, and network with communities from all around Atlanta.
This year’s Parade focuses on appreciating those who serve and protect us, and we’ll have participation from local police and firefighters. Dekalb Safety COO Jack Lumpkin will be our Parade Marshal, and several cool police vehicles will be in the parade and on display at the festival, together with safety information and handouts for the kids.
Enjoy rides, games, arts and crafts, a huge array of delicious festival foods, Free Kids Show, and more at the festival.
Want to register your group or business for a free float? Click here.
To be a Parade & Festival sponsor, click here.
To sign up as a volunteer, click here.
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